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'P' '. LSAT cheating sparks law student investigation




By TOM SHRODER there was a fraud case presently Some methods that can be used Denson declined to divulge the

Alligator Staff Writer under investigation. are cursory examination of student students names .or details of the

HOWEVER, Julin said, "We are tiles for unusual jumps inWo\ case.
Two students who admitted satisfied that no one presently in the consecutive test scores and review of "1 probably know more than I'm

cheating on the Law School Ad- law school has presented other than individual LSAT'? to recheck willing to tell," he said.

mission Test (LSAT) sparked an authentic credentials." identification Denson said.
Sandeen said cases before the
investigation of UF law students. STUDENTS WHO take the
The case of the two students conduct committee were con
LSAT place a thumbprint in ,a
Robert Denson, UF student presently before the University fidential.
special seal on the exam and rt
affairs coordinator, said he will Conduct Committee, was discovered paper '"IT'S NOT like civil or criminal fr
sign a handwritten statement t
"leave no stone unturned" in his when "someone came to us with a courts we didn't comment on
fraud has been
guaranteeing no
seach for possible admissions fraudsin rumor and it checked out" Denson committed. specific cases," ,he said.
UF Holland Law Center. Performance on the LSAT is one j
said."If Action the case has been
on I
TWO UF STUDENTS have we come real close to finding of the major factors consideredin
recommended by the committee to
admitted cheating on the LSAT, someone.or if we. do find someone admittance to law school.
UF Vice President for Student
Denson said.According. who is fradulent, everyone who is in
Affairs, Arthur Sandeen. Consequences of cheating can be
there .tradulently is under in-
to Denson, one studentis "The students have indicated they suspension or expulsion.
saad.
Denson
,
vestigation
.charged with falsifying iden- will appeal to Sandeen," Denson "Unfortunately, there are no

tification on the LSAT and the other DENSON would not give specificsof criminal charges" Denson said.A .
said.AN
with claiming the falsified exam as the planned investigation. APPEAL can be based on the student who enters law school

his own. "There are always rumors about harshness of the sentence or the fraudulently deprives a student with ROBERT DENSON

Dr. Joseph R. Julin, dean of UF's this kind of thing but it's very hardto intent of the students in committingthe legitimate scores the chance for .to direct investigation

Law School, acknowledged that catch anyone," he said. fraud he, said. admission he said .




The Independent /
MONDAY



Florida Alligator LPublished JAN. 13, 1975


NO. 58
' VOL. 67,

by.Campus Communications Inc..'Gainesville, Florida Not officially associated with the University of Florida




s art ''N6'lNr books for ,
No new library ;




student workers are laidoff \i iBy



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to a., f .1
JOE MORAN .
Alligator Staff Writer Hard' Times


The UF libraries have been +

unable to place new orders for books AtUF'If

since Dec. 3,. according to Mike
McKann, director of the library

acquisitions department.The .
; cutback in purchasing is due

to the state of the economy and a the cutback continues,

L shortage of funds in the state

university WHILE: system NEW orders McKann are said.not then it will he serious.

being placed, subscriptions,
standing orders with publishing!

firms, and orders placed before Dec. Gus Harrer .'

3 are still being purchased, ac-

Mk cording UF libraries.tQ Gus Harrer director of UF Library Directorbook

Harrer said the cutback will

M ', amount to "six or seven per cent" of .

average purchasing. orders, or about purchasing cutback would judgement on this."
3,500 volumes. affect all users of the libraries.
HARRER said shortening library
.t 4 f
addition the
In. to purchasing
? McKann said the effects will be hours has not been considered'as a
cutbacks a number of students "very serious. We will be unable to means of tightening the library
working in the libraries have been
purchase new books being budget.
laid off according to Fleming
published early this year or at the
Bennett assistant director for end of 1974." "One thing we have to support,"

reader services. "THESE books will, be missing he said, "is access to the collection."

BENNETT SAID at least four Irom the collection," he added. McKann said the situation is
students working under the Other
Harrer said he did not foresee any complicated by theft and loss of
Personnel Services (OPS) program
drastic effect on the library library resources.
have been released since' the holiday collection.
break, and "as many as tour 01 five UF IS ABLE to borrow books
were laid off in December. "I'm talking about one time, one from other libraries across the .

Bennett said those laid off were 5 ear," Harrer said. nation, but according to McKann.

working In'the cataloging and "IF THE cutback continuesnext this will not offer much relief.
'acquisitions department while ,the "
if the book
or pu
reference and circulation depart- year McKann said the borrowing
"is not increasednext
ments were left untouched. rchasing budget. serious," system is slow and inefficient, and
then it will be
photo by rick rosen "Unless there's additional money, Harrer year said.Harrer UF being the oldest and largest
and 1 don't see it," Bennett said the university in the state is

Beach weatherAlthough ,layoffs will 'last "until the end of the also said recently traditionally the library borrowed

fiscal year in June:' published books not ordered this from rather that the borrower. ;S

NONE OF the students laid off will be purchased when the
the Midwest' was digging out from under massive 'Were employed under the work- sear freeze is lifted. "We're going to see a reversal of 'I

snowstorms this weekend it was July in January for Floridians. study program, according. to that," McKann said., "We'll be f\:
.
Saturday's rainy skies gave way to Sunday sun, and if you Bennett. "The university has to make up: borrowing books from smaller ,

weren't at the beach, there's always next weekend. .provided McKann while expressingconcern money somewhere" Harrer said. "I colleges with larger book-buying -

all that cold stuff stays up North. over the layoffs.. aid the don't disagree with .Tigert's budgets." ,

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j' SAT cheating sparks law student investigationBy




there was a fraud case presently Some methods that can be used Denson declined to divulge the

Alligator Staff Writer under investigation. are cursory examination of student students names .or details of the

HOWEVER, Julin said, "We are tiles for unusual jumps inWo case.

Two students who admitted satisfied that no one presently in the consecutive test scores and review of "1 probably know more than I'm

cheating on the Law School Ad- law school has presented other than individual LSAT', to recheck willing to tell," he said.

mission Test (LSAT) sparked an authentic credentials." identification, Denson said.
Sandeen said cases before the
'1 investigation UF law students. STUDENTS WHO take the
The case of the two students conduct committee were con
LSAT place a thumbprint in ,a
i Robert Denson, UF student presently before the University fidential.
seal the and
'! affairs coordinator, said he will Conduct Committee, was discovered special on exam paper "IT'S NOT like civil or criminal
sign a handwritten statement
I', "leave no stone unturned" in his when "someone came to us with a courts, we didn't comment on
{ fraud has been
I guaranteeing no
;} seach for possible admissions frauds rumor and it checked out," Denson committed. specific cases," ,he said.

! in UF Holland Law Center. Performance on the LSAT is one
said."If Action the has been
;}' TWO UF STUDENTS have we come real close to finding on case of: the major factors consideredin
recommended by the committee to
I I admitted cheating on the LSAT, someone.or if we do find someone admittance to law school.
UF Vice President for Student
H s Denson said.According. who is fradulent, everyone who is in
Affairs, Arthur Sandeen. Consequences of cheating can be
is under investigation
there .tradulently -
; to Denson, one student "The students have indicated they suspension or expulsion.
Denson saad.
jt .charged with falsifying identification will appeal to Sandeen," Denson "Unfortunately, there are no

on the LSAT and the other DENSON would not give specificsof criminal charges," Denson said.A .
said.AN'
with claiming the falsified exam as the planned investigation. APPEAL can be based on the student who enters law school

his own. "There are always rumors about harshness of the sentence or the fraudulently deprives a student with ROBERT DENSON

Dr. Joseph R. lulin. dean of UF's this kind of thing but it's very hardto intent of the students in committingthe legitimate scores the chance for .to direct investigation

Law School, acknowledged that catch anyone," he said. fraud he, said. admission he said .


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The Independent / MONDAY




Florida Alligator LPublished AN. 13, 1975


, VOL. 67, NO. 58


by.Campus Communications Inc,,-Gain *vill Florida Not officially associated with the University of Florida

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1 w No new books for library ;




..
,
student workers are laidoff



.

i. 'I&f
By JOE MORAN _

Alligator Staff Writer Hard Times


_
The UF libraries have been _

unable to place new orders for books At UF

since Dec. 3, according to Mike r

McKann, director of the library
a acquisitions department.

The cutback in purchasing is due

to the state of the economy and a 'If the cutback continues,

shortage of funds in the state

university WHILE system NEW, orders McKann are said.not then it will be serious.


being placed, subscriptions,
rf f l lxT
x .ihf
,,
,
standing orders with publishingfirms
x ,;
.. and orders placed before Dec. Gus Harrer

T-: 3 are still being purchased, according

UF libraries.tQ Gus Harrer, director of UF Library Directorbook

Harrer said the cutback will
onrs>rsia
; -' ; amount to "six or seven per cent" of

average purchasing orders, or about purchasing cutback would judgement on this."

3,500 volumes. affect all users of the libraries.
HARRER said shortening library
In addition to the purchasing McKann said the effects will
be hours has not been considered as a
cutbacks, a number of students serious. We will be unable
"very to means ot tightening the library
working in the libraries have been
purchase new books being budget.
laid otf, according to Fleming
this
published early year or at the
Bennett, assistant director for end of 1974." "One thing we have to support,"

reader services. "THESE books will, be missing he said, "is access to the collection."

BENNETT SAID at least four from the collection," he added. McKann said the situation is
under the Other
students working
Harrer said he did not foresee any complicated by theft and loss of
Personnel Services (OPS) program
drastic effect on the library library resources.
have been released since the holiday
co\l\ ctiun.
break, and "as many as four
were laid off in December. "I'm talking about one time, one from other libraries across the

Bennett said those laid off were year," Harrer said. nation, but according to McKann., I

working in'the cataloging and "IF THE cutback continues this will not otter much relief.

'Acquisitions department while ,the "
if the book
or purchasing
next
year McKann said the borrowing
I reference and. circulation departments *
"is not increasednext
I were left untouched. budget. system is slow and inefficient, "and
then it will be serious,
photo by rick ro.n "Unless there's additional money, Harrer year said.Harrer UF, being the oldest and largest
and I don't see it," Bennett said, the university in the state, is

Beach weatherAlthough layoffs will 'last "until the end of the also said recently traditionally the library borrowed

fiscal year in June." published books not ordered this from rather that the borrower. t"We're

NONE OF the students, laid off will be purchased when the
the Midwest' out from under massive year reversal of
was digging 'were employed under the work. freeze is lifted. going to see a
snowstorms this weekend, it was July In January for Floridians. study program, according. to that," McKann said. "We'll be \

Saturday's rainy skies gave way to Sunday sun, and if you Bennett. "The university has to make up: borrowing books from smaller

weren't at the beach, there's always next weekend. .provided McKann while expressingconcern money somewhere," Harrer said. "Idon't ) colleges "with larger book-buying

all that cold stuff stays up North. over the layoffs aid the disagree with Tigert'sr budgets. "




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tagt-fc;Th.)ndep] .hdnt Florida Afllgoter/Mondrfy' ;January 13'OT:s

Rockefeller commission



monday,ALLAN J... GENGLER begins spying probe


L /csuie. C. -

COLBY WAS scheduled as the only
WASHINGTON (UPI) An eight-
and he i is
Vice official witness expected to read
headed by
member presidential panel
to the commission the report he preparedfor
hold
Rockefeller will
A.
Tornado killsweekold President Nelson investigation President Ford in repsonse to
Monday in an -
meeting
its first determine whether the CIA allegations the ,CIA's domestic activities
to
included compiling a list of 9,000
girlin engaged in widespread illegal domestic American anti-war activists.

I spying. .
Commission, underorders
The Rockefeller The CIA cnarter limits the agency's
by April 4, is expected to
Panama to report activities to overseas.
City spying/
hear CIA Director William Colby, former

director Richard Holms, Defense Colby conceded Sunday in an interviewwith
(UPI}) Bitter cold settled over the upper midwest Secretary James Schlesinger and Secretaryof Newsweek that in the CIA's 25 year
Sunday, following a blizzard that left snow piled in 10-foot State Henry Kissinger during the six history "various things happened that

drifts and claimed at least 25 lives. hour closed door session. maybe shouldn't have happened, you
New snow moved through the South, from Texas to DAVID BELIN, of Des Moines, Iowa, a know, but they're exceptional, few and far
A
Mississippi.A former counsel for the Warren Commission between, that kind of thing./ "
TORNADO hit Panama, City, Fla., killing a week-old girl which investigated the
and injuring three other persons in a house trailer.The twister assassination of John( F. Kennedy, is He said there were many gray areas
damaged several trailers and houses, downed power lines and expected to serve as the panel's executive where some activities may have been "a bit
turned over a two-ton delivery truck. director. wrong" but not really criminal.

Much of Easter Nebraska and South Dakota, Western .
Iowa and Southern Minnesota was still snowed in Sunday

while temperatures dipper near zero. Many roads were still .

closed by high drifts and stalled cars hampered snowplows. Demos have own economy planWASHINGTON
At Watertown, S.D., where 16 inches of snow fell, a snow
drift completely covered a stalled pickup and snowmobiles,
obtained columnist Jack Anderson and made available to
by
President
the only easy method of travel, went right,over the top of the (UPI) Stealing the march on
truck. Ford's State of the Union proposals Congressional UPI."The
THE BODY of a man was found Sunday in a farm field Democrats will present their own program Monday to end the public expects and is fully entitled to a coordianted
near Lohrville, Iowa, bringing Iowa's death toll from the nation's economic crisis through a tax cut and eight other program of legislative action beginning immediately and
reforms within the next 90 days. clearly designed to rebuild a healthy and stable economy in
storm to nine. Authroitites said the matt tried to walk from major "
his stranded car to the farmhouse.The The program includes proposals for a tough wage and price the United States.
bodies of a mother and 7-year-old boy were found by control program possible gasoline rationing( increased credit, The Democratic presentation will come two days beforeFord's
of the Union address, in which the President
additional service jobs and an housing State
their snowmobile near Willmar, Minn., raising Minnesota'sstorm public emergency
death toll to six. Five deaths in Omaha, Neb., two in program.IF plans to unveil his own new programs of coping with the twin
Michigan and two in North Dakota were also blamed on the THE more traditional measures do not show significant ills of recession and inflation.McCarthy .

storm.In progress in reducing interest reates by mid summerthe plan

Chicago, the body of a man was found on a sidewalk on says, Congress should consider enacting a progressive tax on may run again
the southwest side. Doctors sail he died of exposure. the income derived from interest rates of 9 per cent and
above. WASHINGTON (UPI)) Former Minnesota Sen. Eugene

Amnesty applications riseA The seven-page document was prepared by a task force of McCarthy was asked Sunday to run for president as an independent
the Domocratic Steering and Policy Committee. Rep. Jim and will accept under a pre-arranged plan, the

flood of applications for President Ford's Amnesty Wright, D-Tex., was chairman of the group, named by Committee for a Constitutional Presidency said.
Program has hit the armed forces and clemency board with speaker Carl AlbertaChallenging McCarthy was expected to announce his candidacy for
only three weeks left before the offer expires.But Congress to take the initiative immediatelyrather mally during a speech at Madison, Wise., Sunday night.
officials say the offer made to heal the wounds left by than wait for presidential proposals, the program The Committee for a Constitutional Presidency was
the Vietnam War is being taken up by few who deserted as a criticizes the economic policies of the Nixon( administration as established last August and was expected to serve as a base
result of antiwar feelings. Most of the returnees give the "cruel" and indirectly calls those of the Ford administration for a McCarthy campaign.
same reason for deserting that have been heard since the "half-way" and "timid", McCarthy was a leading candidate for the 1968

Roman Legions problems with girlfriends, family strains, FOR TOO long has the economy been allowed to drift, Democratic nomination, which was won by then-vice
financial debts, emotional stress in the military environment. devoid of purposeful direction," said the plan, which was president Hubert Humphrey.

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I Police plan' Feb. I bike law safety crackdown 1




By MARK SCOTT
I.. Alligator Staff Writer
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K ./k/ s r
'The University Police Department (UPD) will begin .e

ticketing bicyclists on Feb. 1 for violating traffic laws, according s : a.1b .
to UPD officials.
UPD Police Chief Audie Shuler said the students aren't
going to take protective measures for themselves then we're i'
going to take them for them." ::
IF THE MAXIMUM penalty is imposed, bike riders could )
have their bicycles impounded for up to 90 days. ;
"The idea is to prevent accidents, not to give tickets," said
Jim Shuler UPD public information officer. "We make
enough money off parking tickets."
"Operation Life" is a positive plan of bicycle safety
initiated jointly by the Gainesville Police Department. .
Alachua County Sheriffs Department and UPD. -
MORE CLOSELY enforced on campus and in the city of : 4t 4.4w
Gainesville than in the county, this program involves issuing X ,c ,r ,.,
tickets for traffic infractions by bicyclists. I&
"I 1 hope not to swamp the traffic courts, but we want
students to know this is a serious thing, and if they break the
law they are accountable for it," Shuler said. photo by gorg kochanioc |Ir.MIDDAY .
"I want to let students know three weeks ahead of time, so .. BIKE CHAOS
they will begin now to'practice good safety, and in three weeks .Turn left, no right, yield the right of way. Stop I UPD plans to enforce bike lawson
they won't get tickets," he said. campus.
"AT LEAST we're doing something," the UPD information -
officer said. "It's a wonder we haven't had an
accident involving a death on campus because of the complete Bicycles ridden at night must have a rear reflector visibleup The pedestrian has the right-of-way.
disregard for bike safety." to 500 feet, and a front headlight visible for 500 feet, Tickets will not be issued for riding on sidewalks. Many I ICathy
Last quarter, in the city of Gainesville, three persons'were according to the Highway Patrol.Faculty bike racks on campus are located on or near a sidewalk.

killed in bicycle accidents.
On-campus one student was injured in a hit-and-run accident
with a jeep.
IN 1974, 63 bicycle-related accidents resulted in 48 injuries I
on-campus. unions to discuss issues ,

According to Jim Shuler, this represents less than half of
the accidents that occurred, most of which did not involve any
property damage. Potential collective bargaining representatives and staff Brindell, commission legal counsel, said this
Persons issued tickets need not make a court appearance, members of the Public Employees Relations Commission will meeting will be a preliminary discussion, proceeding the
but tickets issued on campus may be appealed or paid discuss several key issues about faculty bargaining in commencement of actual commission hearings, which will
through the student traffic court. Tallahassee Tuesday.Representatives probably start by the end of January. II III
ACCORDING to UPD, the ,new enforcement policy will from the United Faculty of Florida (UFF), I
operate as follows: the American Association of University Professors (AAUP),
No warning tickets will be issued. and four faculty associations from UF will be present.
!
Bicycles must adhere to the same safety rules as cars. Among the issues to be discussed will be size of the
BEGINNING Feb. 1,tickets will be issued for the following bargaining, agents or for no agent. Student aid provided
'
moving violations: UFF wants a large unit, composed of staff and professional
Running a stop light or a stop sign. staff members of state universities. AAUP wants a smaller
Driving against the flow of traffic on the left side of group, including faculty members. Each of the four faculty The Married Student Center is sponsoring a telephone
throughway. associations" have indicated they 'want to be considered individual information and referral service to help married students deal
Travelling the wrong way on a one way street. units, bo members of the school to which they with problems encountered at UF.
Not utilizing existing bike paths if any. belong will vote for their own bargaining agent. Trained volunteers will answer the phone from 5 p.m. to 10
Speeding tickets will not be issued. However, reckless The associations represent the Engineering, Law, and p.m., Monday through Friday. Calls made any other time will
driving will encompass: any irresponsible operation of a Health Center Colleges as well as the Institute for Food and be returned during the open hours.
vehicle. Agricultural Sciences. The center's number is 3778125.


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By TOM SHRODERn. "mismanagement" by
Alligator Staff Writer asked Marston to attend a meeting of graduate
students Tuesday night to answer GSU charges and questions
Sometime today UF President Robert Q. Marston will about the funding situation. '
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reach a decision whether or not to use savings from two areas
in UF's budget to help finance graduate assistantships. representatives of a union due to a Board of Regents (BOR)
Up information officer Hugh Cunningham said Marston directive.The .
( wanted to finalize the proposal with UF deans, directors, GSU is affiliated with the United Faculty of Florida
and department chairpersons before a specific ..announcementwas The BOR directive states that individual institutions must
,. made. refer requests of unions concerning discussion of grievances to
WITII SALARY funds and operating capital already the Regents' staff Cunningham said.
( frozen to help meet the economic crisis, some other area ofI MARSTON said he referred Dalton's letter to Dr. George
UF's'budget will have to be diverted to augment salaries for Bedell, of the BOR office staff.
graduate students. Dalton said Marston's response was "in a sense" an evasionof
The announcement of the tentative decision was made in her request. .
I the wake of charges by Sheri ,Dalton, president of the UF
Graduate Student Union (GSU), that recent layoffs and "We weren't asking to negotiate.All we want is to get some
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".,. kk k I1 F_' ll I l lMiAI I Honor Court eyes system change I II


The Honor Court passed motions to study ways to shorten was also suggested.To .
time needed for trial and methods to acquaint the student speed up trial dates, arraignment proceedings would be
I body with the function of the court. implemented if passed.Gannon .
Included in the suggestions were recommendations for
stricter penalties, 'possible elimination of the present jury receives honor
system, extension of hours, and a possible reestablishment of
I the honor oath. UF professor and leader, of the Catholic Student Center,
UNDER COMMITTEE recommendations, penalties such Father Michael Gannon, will be honored by the Gainesville
as expulsion,suspension, probation, and penalty hours would City Commission as a Very Important Citizen (VIC) Monday
be recommended to Chancellor Robert Harris.If night.
I the'honor oath were reinstated, all students would be Gannon a pastor at the St. Augustine Church, teaches
-- required.to recite the oath pledging. uphold the stuent history and religion at UFo
photo by george kocKaniec jr. constitution before entry into the university.The The VIC program, instituted by Gainesville Mayor-
possibility of replacing the current student jury system Commissioner Neil Butler,honors citizens for their services to
The first customer on a new parent-powered campus with intercollegiate justices to try cases was also discussed.An the community.
I transit system tries out the padded, seat-belted expansion of Honor Court hours, such as a 24 hour Gannon is one' of three persons who will be honored
comfort of the small, two-seat model. hotline and anonymous letter box for tips leading to cases, tonight.





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By DEBBIE ERICKSON week starting Mon., Jan 14 at 7 p.m. in room
3101 N.E. 15th STREET 378-0211 Alligator Staff Writer 356 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. The
meetings are sponsored by the Christian
APPLY IN PERSON WATERGATE! will be the topic of a speech Science College Organization and are open to
being given by Frank Mankiewicz, Tuesday at all students.
9:15: p.m. in the Law School Auditorium. FOOD SCIENCE CLUB is sponsoring a tour
1 BEDROOM S 186 3 BEDROOM 232 FLORIDA PLAYERS: will hold a meetingon of American Bacteriological and Chemical s
Monday at 4:45: p.m. at the H.P. Constans Research and Product Development
Theater. All interested students are invited to Laboratories on Monday at 7:15 p.m. All i
ALL UTILITIES FURNISHED EXCEPT CABLE TV AND & PHONE.t attend. interested students plase meet in room 362 of

WALL TO WALL HILLEL FOUNDATION! is sponsoring a the Food Science Building.
CARPET CENTRAL HEAT & AIR COND.
concert on Wednesday at 8:30: p.m. at the CHRISTIAN STUDENT RENEWAL A
KITCHEN EQUIPMENT Hillel Foundation located at 16 N.W. 18th St. weekly meeting will be held Monday at 7:30
RELAX TO THE QUIET Rabbi Shlomo Carleback will perform. p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union, room 362.
. Admission is SI.50 for students and $2.50 for For further information call Craig Eaton at
RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD the general public. 373-6022.
JEWISH STUDENT UNION. will hold their CHINESE INTERNATIONAL
first meeting of the quarter Tueday at 9 p.m. ASSOCIATION will meet Tuesday at 9 p.m.
at 16 NW 18 St. in room 346 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union.
: > ; STUDENT AGRICULTURE COUNCIL Elections will be held and members must be
: ': ;,1: : I MEETING will be held Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. present to vote. For further information call
l" in McCarty Hall, room 1031. Ann Wilmer at 3784828.INTERNATIONAL .
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: : > p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union, room 122. SOCIETY will present a lecture on transcendental
If unable to attend please contact Mrs. Parkerat meditation and the science of
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'. !oI.'It" ..;":' s creative intelligence Wednesday at 8 p.m. in
SAVE OUR ENVIRONMENT On Tuesdayat room H-611 of the William Shands Teaching
': <: 7:30: p.m.the Environmental Action Groupwill Hospital. .
meet in room 347,J. Wayne Reitz Union. ALL HAMS The Gator Ham Radio Club will
'. ', Programs will be planned and Mark Brown hold a meeting for members and interested
.. Don from Buthwocfcvrt .' .
,J i. (1.G 1t\\ w. the MACHACtt S.ntibl..ch.dulinp' now .. .. MrE will discuss a South Florida energy studey. students Monday at 7 p.m. at the Reed Lab
I '\. .plenty of fr..parking Call ." r., BIOLOGISTS On Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Ham Shack.
\ m..eoz4orcome: end toy by H 1507.yl'.N W 6th St. Lovett Williams, wildlife biologist, will speak DORM WEEK Interhall! Council will hold a
and show slides on "The Research Program of meeting Monday from 6 to 8 p.m. in room 361
.!_'! .. ;1H :'." the Game and Fresh Water Commission." of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. For further
:
... "I{ r ,< 'orf! ,.. The presentation is open to the public and information call Linda at 392-8924.
will be held in 310 Larson Hall. ARTS AND SCIENCE student council will
t. .; ,,fit, If ;;, SAMSON is holding a volunteer recruitmentand meet Monday at 4:30: p.m. in the Deans officein
1 ",. t. ;'.. '' ". \'.t ." -. orientation meeting Monday night at Anderson Hall.COLLECTIVE .
:. .. ,.: : : :' l- ;' 7:30: p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union BARGAINING all faculty
H' <
: Auditorium If unable to attend, please call are invited to attend a session on "Collective

,' .. .' '<. .' I Joe gordon or Benjie Soloman at 3921608. Bargaining and the University Professor,"
MEDITATION AND EXPANDED sponsored by the Committee of Concerned
CONSCIOUSNESS will be the topic of a Faculty in room C-1-17 of the J. Hillis Miller
talk by Baba Muktananda Tuesday at 7:30: Health Center, Monday at 12 noon. For
p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz Union Ballroom.A further information call 392-4008.
$2 donation is requested.TAU TEACH Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach will
BETA Pit National Engineering Honor conduct Teach Ins, Tuesday at 2 and 8 p.m.
Society will meet Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. in the at 16 N.W.18 St. Admission is free.
Mechanical Engineering Building, room 238. .,OPIUM in the lives of Coleridge and de
"'1"' "" ., Attendance is required of all members: Quincey will be the topic of discussion when
"; : : APPLES AND ARROWS the film the Language and Literature Cub presents
4, "Wilhelm Tell"will be presented Thursday at pharmacology professor Thomas Maren
son 7:30: p.m. by the Department of Germanicsand Wednesday at 8 p.m. in room 103 B of the
Slavics. The film will be shown in room Architecture and Fine Arts building.
tee 105 B of the Architecture and Fine Arts 'GAY men and women will meet Thursday at
Q i s Building and admission is free. 7 p.m. at 107 N.W. 15 Terrace. For further
TESTIMONY meetings will be held every information call Tom at 3721881.


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St. Petersburg.The .
Miami Herald reports that Harris is VIII ildlh 1. :

concerned about a social gathering of the regents

before their regular meeting.
"My antenna tells me these informal get-
s togethers tend to be the formulation of policy," he

is quoted as saying. In a spirit of openness, Harris "
says he will invite the editor of the University of "IN WITH THE GOOP AI ...OUT WITH TOE BAD...

South Florida newspaper to attend the pre-

meeting.As and Wallace in '76?
an advocate of open government during his Reagan
eight years in the Florida Legislature, we're not
Harris' aversion to in the
surprised by secrecy It used to be that George Wallace was anathema among
BOR. liberals and the good governor was the object of rather crass rJOYCE SAENZ
And if he's serious, we'd like to point his feelers jokes, especially when his late wife, Lurleen, became
toward the shady manner in which Florida's governor. (One such gibe: "Bedfellows make strange COLUMNIST
Government-in-the-Sunshine Law operates in the politics.") L GUEST
Of course, all that has been muted since Wallace was left
state university system, particularly at UF. paralyzed by a would-be assassin's bullet in 1972. Even Ted
Important posts are filled through a search and Kennedy, dean of the northern liberal truebloods, made his former California governor has been divorced; although thatis
screen process by a committee appointed by the pilgrimage to the heart of Dixie and shared a platform with no longer the handicap it might once have been, it does him
university president. the man who barred the door of the University of Alabama.So no good. And his former career as an actor lends an air of
Committee recommendations, while technicallyjust politics does make strange bedfellows. The liberal unbelievability to his image.
rubber Democrats have realized that the party cannot do without Wallace's liabilities aside from his physical handicap, are
that tend to receive a presidential '
Wallace's support. of a more serious sort. He is widely presumed to have
stamp. Thus, the search committee process is NEITHER, IT seems can the conservative Republicans, "changed" His increased support among his black con
crucial. albeit unwillingly. They see Wallace as a grass-roots leader, a stituency would seem to corroborate this assumption.
UF President Robert Q. Marston last year populist rather than a true conservative.The two groups share Still, Wallace's name continues to be a most unpopular one
announced a search committee policy which, in many concerns, but their solutions are not always identical. among black Americans, and any coalition party with the
fact sheds considerable light on the selection William F. Buckley pointed out that, on the matter of gas Alabama governor on the ticket would be sure to lose the vast
the conservative solution would be to tax gasoline in
price
majority of the black vote. This especially since Julian Bond
process of state university personnel.But order to cut consumption, meanwhile rapidly expanding oil has announced he will be entering the Democratic primaries.IT .
the policy leaves the most critical parts of exploration and thus achieving self-sufficiency. The Wallace IS ALSO obvious that Reagan and Wallace with their
the process closed to public scrutiny; discussionand tactic, Buckley says, is to rage at,a villain-in this case, oil respective followings, are not really the perfect pair. It wouldbe
evaluation of candidates for positions and corporation and their immense profits-and thereby ignite difficult to bring the populist and conservative elements
final evaluations-the prelude to nominationaresecret. the passions of the oppressed. together, even harder to keep them together. Should such a
Conservative Republicans can see a need to build an coalition win at the polls, then later succumb to factional
alliance with Wallace, because many members of the GOP splits, a, conservative administration would find itself fan
Equally as important, the secrecy mandated by have been talking of a conservative third party. A recent extreme minority, facing a hostile Congress.Are .
Marston's guidelines are contrary to an October Gallup poll revealed that 59 per cent of the American people there alternatives to the' populistconservativecoalition
14, 1974 opinion by Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin. identify with conservatism but only 24 per cent identify ? Well there's always the sizeable chance that
That opinion states that search committees are. themselves as Republicans. Wallace will not cooperate with the conservative Republicans,
This would require some changes to be made on both sides, preferring to it alone. It is
indeed covered by the Sunshine Law, and go possible too, that the con
for conservative Republicans, by and''arge' do not consider servatives will decide to retain their distinctive identity rather
therefore should be open to the public. Wallace to be exactly like themselves. Of course, neither do than merge ,
Unfortunately, Shevin's opinion is not legally the liberal Democrats. Republicans must take third-party talk seriously for if the
binding and so it may take a court of law to decide QUITE; OFTEN, these days the names of Ronald Reaganand conservatives bolted, it would mean the virtual end of the
the issue. George Wallace are being linked in speculative rumor.. GOP. The current speculations could dissolve by 1976 or
Could such an alliance be forged for 1976 Conservative
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could result in
James Allison a complete change of the two-party system as
Meanwhile, UF has just offered a party ticket? we have known it.
$25,500 a year job as affirmative, action plan Reagan is over 60 years old-aged, for a presidential can IT MAY BE time for American political parties to re-form
coordinator after a search committee process didate. Many of his supporters would not care to see Wallace along liberal and conservative bases-or it may be a great
where final evaluations of six candidates were succeed to the presidency, should Reagan die in office. The gamble that simply fails. -
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And the same kind of search process is now
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under way to find a new vice president for Independent David Smith Terri WoodEditorinchief

academic affairs. Managing Editor

We don't think Regent Harris needs'a primer on Florida Alligator

the dangers of conducting public business behind .
\; David Klein
closed doors. OHEP Debl Fumiss Brian Jones
Harris is coming to the, BOR with a public News Editor Layout Editor, Layout Editor
image that he will tight to make the university \'"
in business matters.If R.A."Tony", Kendzior. ',' ,. . t.. .. .. .. ... .. ...... .. .General
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only from an efticiency standpoint, he shouldbe Mrs. Evelyn Best ..., .. .. I.. ... .. .:- ... .. .. .. ., ., .. ...Administrative Manager .
interested in making sure the public knows it Anne Malphurs ,. '; ..I. .i ...:, .. .. ....... .. .. Assistant Campus Communication Inc.
its worth from university personnelhired C. Roy Shipp. .. .. ;. ,'.. :....... ... .... .. .. .. . .. .. .Business Bookkeeper '
will get money Tom MacNomara .. .. ... .'. .... ;'. .. ... .. ? ... .. .. ManagerAccountant P.O. Box, 13266 UniversityStation with
by, the .search committee process. r.. Ray McGee. .',ii .'fhll.i a t L"tvij.t 'til'7.11'a'1' tf.V.'l". :. .'..'. . , Gainesville Florida
We'd like to see Harris propose.a systemwideboard Donna Lubrano .'. .. i ///. .:d i.. t"J. Of.. . .. .. Advertising Advertising Manager offices behind the College Inn
ALL of ,the search Acey Harper . ',' "," .. ..:" .. .). .. ... . . .Special Sections Coordinator 1728 West University Avenue.
policy to open parts' Lynda Homier , . .f... .. .. . Advertising Coordinator Business Office phone: 376-4446
committee process. Diana Snyder , , .. .4. .., .. ., . .Editorial Production Manager Editorial Department: 376-4458
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Editor: I read with keen interest your Wednesday, January 8 were not granted; inflation adjustment; interest; and com York,then President O'Connell, and the Board of Regents. I
1975 lead article: by Tom Shroder. It's typical of my ex- pensation for damages to my professional reputation and am not bothering anyone for the purpose of getting paid off.
perience with past University of Florida administrations thata diminished earning capacity resulting from the stigma of the If Vice President Elmore is correctly quoted to that effect, ;
"confidential" inquiry through AAUP representativesshould tenure hearings. then he is off base and certainly prejudicing any hope for a "
reach my attention via a phone call from a reporter From my side of the dispute, the token offer of PresidentMarston settlement by relegating our legal effort to a "blackmail"status. ,
asking for my reaction to a public statement by a University appears to be directed more toward influencing .
official. Any "good faith" settlement offer tendered by the opinion than to the tendering of a potentially successful No one on my behalf has asked any University of Florida ,\
University of Florida rightfully should reach the faculty settlement offer. The quoted comments of Harry Sisler and administrators to acknowledge personal guilt in the handlingof
member before the letter is released to the media or read Bill Elmore are clearly designed to impress Alligator readers my case, or to even extend a public apology. The aban-
publicly. and others. donment by the University of Florida and the Board of
THE INADEQUACY of the $7500.00 settlement figure MY SUITS are intended to correct: ((1)).the wrongful administrative Regents of many of the official tenure policies they employed
mentioned to me by Tom Shroder, which is the only basis I application of'unconstitutional (state and against me, and which we have argued were unconstitutional,
have for a response, is obvious since my loss to legal expenses federal) policies; .((2)) the wrongful denial of tenure by the speaks for itself. If 1 never receive a dollar of personal
alone now exceeds $11,000.00. Other damages, which shouldbe School of Forestry faculty; and, ((3)) to recover monetary compensation, the tenure review process has been tightened
included in a reasonable settlement, are: back salary and damages sustained by me as a result of the wrongful administrative throughout the Florida University system, and is now done ina
associated benefits; salary raises for my final two years which acts of Director John Gray, then Vice President more fair and constitutional manner.. This is'a substantial
result of my "bothering" the University of Florida.
THE MANNER in which! prior University of Florida ad-
ministrators since the mid-1940's have approached their
responsibility for safe-guarding academic freedom dooms any
university to mediocrity. The constitutional and legal issues
involved in faculty tenure hearings are well established. If
:, ). they must be pursued to address the wrongs in my case, event
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announced that three of the In the fall our departmentwas
theater graduate assistantsgot to receive five
their jobs back. I suppose assistantships. After much
that a great many people in unpublicized hassle, the
the department and out will department got four of them,
be very thankful to the powers which left me out; this termwe
above for that fact. Not me. were at least expecting the
I am glad the theater four we had back. This time
department will be able to go the hassle was publicized but
ahead and open V its doors to we only got three. I wonder if
y t the public this quarter and next quarter we'll get two and
that we will get our two showson the next one, and then
the boards. I am not very nothing. 1 mean, what the

v. )RS Poll Lo'r YOUR TOB SURE YOOR SAVPIGS ARE 6ONIr,GJRE Tti4IGS! WOK ROCITN, BUT Vl'tN1r 911LJ&Or r'Ptf glad about the fact that hell, what's so important
FCO 1C Ui.N ONt/" Orville Starnes and I no about theater anyway?
longer have jobs, but that is Let us hope there will be
not really very important in some wisdom somewhere in
the general scheme of things. the administrative circles.
ADVICE & DISSENT What is important, and
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Once upon a time in the land of Rhyme, someone wrote a Which was cool. 'Cause wolves like being out in nature;
story with a moral to find. The story was simple, didn't take staring in the streams, stringing' pipe dreams of the land and
much thought. He had to get a moral through "what them the beauty it was. DAVID SUTHERLAND
children ain't got." 'They'd sing and they'd dance 'til they fell in a trance where ..
"Them little stinkers they ain't got thinkers but they needto nobody knew who they were. It was hard to understand for the
know what's goin' on. They need a story filled with ease, others in the land why the wolves would do such a thing. GUEST COLUMNIST'Now
something that's a breeze read it once and know it all. I leave They'd listen to the parties just as long as they could then
nothing tor their minds the moral'll be easy to find no someone would shout, "Enough." They'd pick up the phone
images> illusions no gaps." and exclaim in a huff, "Piggiss, they're at it again."
SO liE SAT for awhile thinking about it. Nothing was 'AGAIN?" the head piggie would ask cause he hated
harder than being easy. But with a little thought, this is what bustin' up parties by the pond. See, wolves and piggies don't
he 'got, a story about little piggies. get along ever since that one wolf harrassed those three Lone Wolf, who was high in this tree, could see things
'Once upon a time in ahouse in the woods by a brook that piggies in the stick houses But wolves wouldn't eat piggies. that none cf the others could see. (But it isn't because of his
babbled by(whew), there lived a Lone Wolf an always stoned They taste real bad and you can get tricanousis from raw pork. physical position, if you know what I mean. And I don't know
wolf, who sat in his den gettin' high. He played his music loud Besides all stoned wolves are vegetarians. why I say, "if you know what I mean,' 'cause I'm not there to
and he liked big crowds that partied in packs by the pond. Anyway the piggies went to the pond, and those wolves !tell you, but you could ask the guy sittin' next to you. One out
were still carryin on. The music was so loud and there was. of two, you know.)
such a crowd that more piggies had to be 'squeeled' in. 'So ole Lone Wolf sees this angel sittin' on his knees and as
'Now Lone Wolf, (remember him?), was 'super high. His he's staring up she says, "Looks like your brothers are in an
The Independent thinker had really slipped him by. He was, hangin' by his awful jam. Why aren't you down there helpin *em?"
knees from the top of a tree that must have been a hundred Lone said "I'm enjoyin' this tree. Besides. I don't want to
Florida AlligatorDoug feet high. And the screamin' munchies were taking him. get into that mess." But this angel, she isn't from the city, and
over. (Which is really painful when you're upside down.) talks wolf into gettin' involved.
Dial Ron Cunningham 'Then Thomas Wolf (or Tom if you will! ), climbed that tree 'SO LONE WOLF starts climbin' down. He slips and falls
Entertainment Editor Associate Editor and popped Lone a little red pill. It didn't take long for the' to the ground. Into a passel of pigs'who pull him by the tail,
pill to take effect, that Lone Wolf he was 'ultra' wrecked. bust his head and haul him off to jail where he's still sittin' to
George Kochaniec Jr.: (tHO\\I-ucinating. if you know what I mean.) this day.
Photo Editor 'WELL THE piggies moved in in their crude kinda way 'See, the story was quite simple. And the moral was easy to
Mind! Kirnan, shoutin' out orders on a loud P.A. Some wolves started get. But if you ain't got it yet let me help you, 'cause I
Greg Forrer runnin'. otners stuck around to give the piggies a little' 'stare wouldn't want you burnin' out your head. This story's about
Editor
Sports Editor Asst. News down.) Someone threw a rock the piggies moved in. It looked Indians rituals, and how they got 'screwed,' and how obscurity -
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move, according to Wedding."We LL ',- '
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Every year 400,000 new people move to the world for that," he saad: The measure

Florida. tailed, however. CD
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and water use. "if you get together and learn what you can QO"Cities ,
THESE TOPICS and others were the live with." '

concern of the third annual UF Conference on Speaking during a panel discussion on
Florida Growth Policy, held Friday and present Florida growth management, Ray "
Saturday at the J. Wane; Reitz Union. L'Amoreaux, director of planning and DCCD
More than I 150' men and women from programming for the Florida Department of

regional planning councils, businesses and Transportation, said some of the growth m
state and local government agencies attendedthe management tools are in short supply.

conference and "heard professors, "These include technology, support by
businessmen and government leaders outline laws, public acceptance and funding," he .
the different aspects of growth in Florida. said. .,
Before the first session on Friday, Carl IF GOVERNMENT is to guide future
Feiss, conference chairman and director of growth,' he said, it will require a committedstate

the Urban and Regional Development Center program, especially for transportation.
. at UF, told the participants to consider two "Transportation generally follows land
things. development, and that development generally
"HOW DO WE anticipate the growth exceeds the ability to meet mobility needs," to report spendin/
problems in advance?" he asked. "And how Amoreaux said.

do we maintain the things for which Florida "Transportation affect future
but it will By JOE LAURIE PENROSE management and planning into state and
has been known? growth affect the quality of life,
Alligator Staff Writer local ," Meeker said.
government
Fridav morning a oanel of sneakers he said.
reported on population "and migration, the DURING the same panel which was Another thing local governments will be
chaired State and local governments must take required to do under the new law is publish
housing and building industry, and man by Florida Sen. Robert Graham, D-
Miami more responsibility in the future'to receive progress reports in local newspapers, he said.
power and employment in Florida. Earl Starnes, director of the division
Conference members also heard a speech of state planning for the Florida Departmentof federal funding for community development "This will be part of a program of as much
a federal official told the Florida Growth citizen participation in planning as possible,"
Administration
Friday night by David Meeker, assistant reported on an analysis of
secretary for regional development for the Florida growth policy which was passed by Conference Friday night. Meeker said.
Housing and Urban Development. Meeker's the Legislature in 1974. David Meeker, assistant secretary for "If the citizen is affected by the amount

topic was the new role of the federal government Starnes said documents comparing present regional development in the Department of of money available he must be able to par.
in community development.A policies and those desireable on land Housing and Urban Development, said state ticipate and he must be notified when the

DISCUSSION among members of the development, resources and water were being and local agencies would now be held more

audience and Dr. John DeGrove director of prepared. However, some areas such as the accountable for how federal money for ,'.\ "
the Joint Center for Environmental and water use plan, and the Development of development would be used. ,
Urban Problems, brought up the question, Regional Impact (DR1)) statement haven'tmoved "THE REASON for this new stand-off
relationship is that we haven't been as successful
"Do we want megalopises or cluster? forward, he said. .... .. ; ..
-
DeGrove replied that the Commission on "THERE'S STILL inadequate informationon as possible in the way funds are ':f '.";' '
the SQuth, of which he is a member, favors the OKI I," Starnes said. "But it has caused used, Meeker said. 'I. : ,gat' 'l"
Previously, cities had been given in :
"middle-sized metro areas. developers and local governments to do a grants : : .
aF
"If there is a strong policy you can develop better job of planning he added. lump sums tor urban renewal. However, :)
them. But the policy must be committee so The DRI statement is required when any federal investigators discovered that much of
not just one class lives there," he said. large construction project in Florida is begun.A the money was either being' wasted or not I I II II I

Mayor Randolph Wedding of St. Ptersburg plea to protect the "prime agricultural spent Meeker said.
pointed to his city as an example of how areas" of Florida was made by' Dr. James S. The Housing and Community DevelopmentAct
growth could get out of hand, and also how it Wershow a visiting professor in food and of 1974 changed that, according to
could be controlled. agricultural economics at UF during a Meeker.
"AT FIRST WE had single family homes, discussion on updating growth management "TilE NEW method will be a distributionof
with lots of building. Then came the multifamily policies, on Saturday. funds on the basis of a formula" Meeker

homes and people in single family "Farmers as .a minority must be protected said.The
homes resented it. To them,"it was com ," he said. "You must get with the land formula is based on double the amountof
mercial enterprise moving into the residentialareas owner. The farmer is not enthused with what poverty in the city applying for funding, O

," Wedding said. you're 'doing, and he is getting ready to plus population and housing overcrowding,
In 1974 in an attempt to control growth, protect. himself," Wershow 'warned his he said.
the St. Petersburg Citv Commission passed on audience. "This will adjust with a cash flow to citiesto C
i continue on the basis of their needs,"
Meeker said.Meeker .

added that state and local
governments would soon be responsible for
seeing that developers satisfy federal en-
vironmental regulations governing real estate
K p developments rather than the
t' put responsibility
Transportation won't on the federal courts to make sure the
affect future growth but requirements are met. DA''

it will affect the qualityof "THIS COULD transfer concern for .. .@XDIOII,
life.' I


Expert panel tackles un

I
By JO LAURIE PENROSE numb'
1974 there was also a decline in the
Alligator Staff
Writer available jobs White said '
He added that in Florida
employment
RAYL'AMOREAUXTRANSPORTATION A panel at the Florida Growth Conference becoming oriented to service production, i sUC
warned Friday of
high state
unemployment a health sent
as education, medicine and
PLANNER population growing to 10 million in five years, FLORIDA'S population is expectedreach
and trouble
in the housing i
industry.
10 million before 1980 accordjnpanel
John Wesley White, director of the division Kafoj
member Dr. Madelyn
of employment security for the Florida director of the population center at vr"
Department of Commerce, predicted a J 1975 "Since 1970 people have been coming
unemployment rate of eight per cent. and
"THERE HAS Florida at the rate of 400,000 a year
been a significant etlhe'
photo by chip hlrci term impact on employment the short- million may be reached before 1980, in
and the by economy 1978 or 1979," she said.
jobless rate may go over eight spill olt
per cent to
during 1975" White said. "Those people have a tendency u
from urban counties into rural ones
Between November, 1973 and November I
eventually that will cause some problemS
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York urges planning contingenciesin



State University System budgetBy



,: for this year. "We have no alternative," 1 suspect that's an internal'thing, too," he
Alligator Staff Writer said of the! effects of the cutback. .
THE AUSTERITY move initiated by talk about new programs now is
One of the goals of the Board of Regents Reubin 'Askew cut an estimated 3.3 per ," he said. -
(BOR) should be to convince the state of the BOR total budget. Support for continuing programs "to keep
legislature to provide "contingency ap "1 would hope there might be ship sailing" is necessary, York added.
propriations" for the State University System assignment of a prorated share" to each of listed the dental and veterinary achools at
(SUS), Dr. E.T. York SUS Chancellor- state universities, York said. as college which "will require additional
designate, said Friday. York said he thought the BOR budget rees" to continue.
York, who will assume the duties of next year would likely be less than this
chancellor of the state system in July, said THE BOR will consider 'a proposal I
such appropriations are necessary to meet establish maximum allowable credits
problems caused by inflation. graduate funding in Monday's meeting in
YORK SAID he and the other members of Petersburg. But York claimed, "I don't '6 _
the BOR will work hard for contingency it's a problem. As far as I know there's
appropriations which would be made possibleif padding issue."
the economy improves enough to cause a York also spoke out on the naming V /? WF
revenue increase. Marshall Harris to the BOR. "Mr. _
York's first priority is meeting the problem brings a unique set of qualifications to
of: inflation. Board," he said.
"Salaries of personnel," York said, "Mustbe York spent Thursday in conference

graphics by wendy gale arid brlan Jones a primary priority." Harris, Chancellor Robert Mautz, and ,;..,t",
A 2.5 PER CENT reduction in faculty has BOR official,
been effected through a hiring freeze on all "HE'S A QUICK learner," York
to citizensresults SUS schools. The freeze is scheduled to referring to Harris. York called the
j continue through July. with Harris, "one of the most
As a secondary priority, York listed solvingthe sessions I've spent in a long time."
are in:The end of the program, as wellas "other problems of inflation," such as York refused to comment on the
the beginning, should be exposed to utility rate hikes and increased need for affirmative action at UF. "I JV
citizens," he said. operating revenue,which are faced by most of comment on what the University of
MEEKER SAID if the federal role in the colleges in the state system. should or shouldn't be doing," he said.
planning isn't minimized, and local par The Florida Cabinet cut $8.5 million from Nor would York make an assessment of E. T. YORK
ticipation increased, several things could BOR funds which had aleady been allocated current cutback in graduate assistants at .SUS chancel lor-desiqnate

happen."There is a severe danger of the executive '
branches of government repudiating the field Prowlers pose perplexing >
of planning, or of a decline in funding support 'I
or of both," he said. '

but .protection .possible explains-


ByTERRISALT However, if the prowler is the door
Alligator Staff Writer property or breaking into the house, a "Do not open the door until the visitor has
can protect himself and his property. himself," he said.
She sat quietly in bed. With an uneasy "If you are in immediate danger, Also, if a motorist stops and asks to use the
feeling of being watched, she looked up and jourself. Otherwise it is always best to call for"l ,do not let him inside. Make the phone
saw a face staring in her bedroom window. police and 'let them charge the prowler for him, Jones said.
Prowlers-what can be done? vandalism or trespassing," Dean said. Jones said if a prowler i is, breaking into a
SGT. DON DEAN of the Gaineville Police DEAN MADE some suggestions to scream and make noise to scare him
f Department stressed calling the police. discourage prowlers: Keep shrubbery .
"If you suspect a prowler, call the police and light the area around the "It is also a good idea to lock yourself in a
immediately. Don't get involved yourself. Prowlers look for unlit areas where they with a phone," Jones added.
"
That's a good way to get hurt or killed, Dean hide. If a house is well lit, they may OTHER suggestions Jones made to prevent
said.Dean to one that is not. are::'
explained it is not uncommon for a "Keep your blinds pulled down," Using a deadbolt lock which extends at
friend or relative to be shot because they are Capt. Vernon K. Holliman of the an inch into the door frame.
r t mistaken for burglars.FURTHERMORE Police Department. Covering the lock on the outside so that
\" _.. Dean said people must Holliman explained that men can't be pried open.,
," : : remember a prowler can only be charged with girl's windows is the major problem
trespassing-a misdemeanor-if he has not prowlers on campus. Putting screens on jalousies so windows
damaged property or entered the house. A JOHN P.JONES III of the Alachua be pushed up.
person shooting a trespasser would be Sheriffs Department warned against t wing! a dog to scare prowlers away.
charged with the shooting.




e l\ Venezuelan students defend increasesBy I


D MEEKER photo by george kochanitc jr.
RICHARD BURKHOLDER isn't that the prices go up or down but seemed favorable at, the
ederal procedure Alligator Staff Writer Latin America realizes it> ."
potential." said Jose Montesnos: a balance economic flow from rich oil-
employment UF Venezuelan students apparently feel student from Calabozo. nations to poorer oil producing
little sympathy for beleagured North Agriculture, a field where the nation is is now equalized somewhat, he said.
Americans currently .caught by .rising now self-suflicient, is the primary FACT,Moritesinos said, it's not only the
the areas unprepared for it," she added. petroleum bills.Clemente to which Venezuel n policy is directed, relations that are altered, but
JOSEPH TARAVELLA, president of the Larez a UF graduate student said. logical considerations too.
Florida Committee of 100, said the current from Venezuela, feels his country's present Jose Martinez,a citizen of Maracay, of the petrodollar influx,
slump in, the housing industry in Florida petroleum policy is too lenient and that For him.agrarian reform is they key can now afford to develop the
could be eliminated by better financing for nationalization should have been accomplished in Vrnezuela's development-a forms of technology pioneered by the
And since North Americans are now
construction companies, and better planningfor
years ago. financed primarily by. U.S. petrodollars.
growth. to seek financially feasible .
THE CHANGES are taking place are "I HAVE confidence in
great he added, the U.S.
"In the next decade inflation will Increas'cthe energy sources
(too late and too slow, according to Larez. Andres Perez our country's
be in essence show Venezuela what to do
cost of materials and no money will a has raised oil prices roughly 400
Venezuela because he from
comes a
vailable for construction unless lending is poor their oil wells run dry.
overhauled he said.' 'percentwe.r the last ,year.r 'l I ',.,. .'background in the And ,;Mountains said he things such a switchover
,
He"feels 'for, the, situation."*Martinez.said."The :
of the Organization'fof
He emphasized builders must be aware of As a signatory member not be too difficult for such a
the need to maintain the quality of life in Petroleum Exporting Countries idea' says Jose F Sores of Ciu advanced nation such as the U.S.
Florida, and use every means available to Venezuela's actions have meant more money Bolivar, "is that the government capitalistic: system in your country,"
keep building homes as part of the growth shelled out by North,Americans at gas station its plan of reinvestment after much study, said, "is characterized by vitality and
plan for the state pumps. in regard to this governmental anal}'sis. programs of economic action which
THE IMPORTANT THING for the U.S. appeared that' the conditions very ('(lod,"



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I GATOR CLASSIFIEDS I 376-4446 Information




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DOORS IU5PJM.orEN I FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT WANTED

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IQUIIVAEO 3 '1973 12 60 redmon SEARS ELECTRONIC SLIDE RULE 7 mo. old roommate wonted own room in large Eff opt. $75 mo. 1st and lost water paid. 3 mi.
Rings, opal-ruby $360, opal-sapphire- x (gronville) mobile 10 mm. drive Quiet, rustic and
of ,
2:1 4.45.7il; : S9:4S $365, citrine, "zircon-$200 am 392.1951, home front i rear bedroom two bath $100 or offer. 377-6290 ANYTIME TILL 2 bedroom opt. oc, heat, pool, south town after 6 32..07.; (b-21-
pm 378,4326 ask for elizobeth. (A.5T.54. oiling $4200 call 378.9371 (o.5t.55.p) 12:00: P.M. (A5T57.P) laundry. etc 100 month+ 1'i utilities, Jan peaceful. Call Tony, pm
P rent 'i price call 372-0727 (e,4t-56-p)_ 58-p j) .
)
For sale 1972 Triumph TR 6; very good 12--STRING ELECTRIC YAMAHA GUITAR
flEMN Trailer, orrendondo village 1 bedroom, 1 condition, 30,000 miles. $2,875 376.5945a $125 392.8405 (A5T57P) ,liberal but responsible mole student wanted
bath air i heat call olan 373-7614 (a.5t. ( .5t.55.p) to shore 2 br house $75 per mo. plus :

mum THE 55.p) SCUBA EQUIP for SALE: mk IV tank + J. deposit 378.5713 or 373.0617. jarrelt ((0- I ,v'

l d11 w Custom. center console boat excellent valve regulator excellent condition call FOR RENT i 3T 58-F) .

shape, similar to Donzi 2450 or offers 377.7696 keep trying (o.5t-55.p) very nice, two.BR. air-conditioned, fur t t
must sell. 376-8194 after 5 (o.4t.55.p) 18 i 17 trailer, + room, completely roommate wonted lOon as possible 2 'nished mobile home, adjacent| to campus x x
$1.25 TILL 7.30: f J*. 35 mm camera for sale Mamlya.Sekor shaded, quiet, air condo 25 cu' frost free bedroom 2 bath furn country garden opt 1$135 per month, $25 deposit no loose. 377 .
I EXCEPT SUNDAYS OIL 500 1'year old $165 not so firm call frig $1600 3860 Archer Rd. lot U7 Ph 377- 116.50 mo t utilities great location call <0049)() (B.IT.58-P) .71.6W lJjl iv:Ave:

Paul anytime, 392.8257 must sell. ((0.051. 2171 after 5 pm ((0.51.5SpL--) 378.1761 anytime (S-5T.57-P) WANT TO MOVE? 377243 '
/
N w 1il tTEEEt sail
ma souisvao 2:00 i :00'Ilrt 56-p) '73 YAMAHA RD 350 Runs great new For Rent 1 bedroom In 3 bedroom trailer If you desire to move from your present .
tires $725 call 372.2818 or 377.4434 (A5T $75 o month + I 1-3 expenses m ov f. location we can rent sublet or find youo =
.54,C roommate immediately at NO COST
) .Call Jim 37798U (B-3T57P)
*mfa mm accntpkture Call today
Mattress and Springs $5 and $10 also Room for rent near compui at ,
United Real Estate Assoc Inc.
csi r! folding metal bed $5 occasional chairs reasonable cost Call 373-9831 between 113 NE 16th. Ave. 3776992 (b-fr-53-c) Alachua County
Q SE1aNpLS. ...tsieWStt tsittiitlII i= $5 and $'0 electric baseboard heaters 4JM! >M. (b.5t.53-p) .
1000 roll 4752064 (o.5t-55.p)
+ ; rawoiian
tai i ri.- roommate for bedroom apt (GeneratorServiceAlternatorsStarters
1974 Honda XL350 new engine, like village $82.50 per month + Vt other 377-
'; new, HRW helmet, accessories save 9B59 (B.2T.57.P) WANTED
.rt, 317.2643. \ -
$300 $950. call evenings. Jim student Female roomate wonted lAST month
./ &';::::::' ,:, 3/3.7147 (o.5t-55.p) PENT; FREE ,if f you move in by Jan 15 -Generators-

Visitor E34 enlarger, 50 and. 75 mm village, pork 119 Call after 5 pm 378.5030ty roommate. own rm in 4 br oak torest
\ or come by (b.5t.55-pd) comfortable 4 bike to UF $86-mo for CarService
THE ONLY MAN WHO CAPTURES THE' lenses, 2 negative corers: board. Excellent message apt .. Foreign
condition, $75. 392. ) own rm call bill or chuck 373-1617. (C5T57P .
f. 05)8 454
or roommate wonted to share furnished 3
REAL LENNY BRUCE IS LENNY BRUGES! 2118 after 5. (A.2T.57-P) bedroom opt $73 per month, 1 1.3 of )

cheap transportation 1970 honda cb175) ulilties gatortown apt!. 309250 S.W. Need quiet female student to share
includes 2 helmets 50 miles per gallon '16th ave. no phone. (B.5T.54.P) spacious bdrm opt starting Jan Near Ph. 378-4011
loads of fun $350 call 3779820 after Med! Center Monthly rent $90.50. Call
Mole Roommate Wanted Furnished 2
LENNY BRUCEPERFORMANCE 5pm. (A3T57P) bedroom opt at Country Manor shore; Lee ot3777013. (C.3T-57.P) 508 N.W. 8th Ave.FtCIMIl .

Men's Schwinn, 10-speed bicycle. Good roommate ''i utilities 62.50.mo. nice apt Roomote wonted to live in house near
condtion Asking $90 but willing to. and FaCilities. 377.8066 (B-3T-58.P) campus: Nice, mellow place with
negotiate Call Joe at 373-6608 after 6.A4T57.P Sublet 1 bdrm in 4 bdrm flat comp furnished .' fireplace own room $8800 t13
( ) utilil es. Call now 376.4962 (c.5l.56-p)
7:30,9:00: LoMoncho Apts. 3723099 10 mm .f14 Thnt'tMbc.
FILM' i iT1 two portable' electric: heaters and one walk to campus pool BBQ maid service $90 I Poomote; wanted for bedroom opt. $80
10:30 saphire XI am VW rod o. all in excellent men (B-3T.57.P) mo. Move In Jon. 17 Call 3778420

cond'tion. Call 376.1441. (A.3T.57.P) $75 per month Spacious partially furn Georgetown Apts. (c.4t.55.p) R..li. CMII whs OTPleff

old six'sir ng fender electric guitar-i opt located on NW 16th.minutes from I or 2 female roomates shore apt in Show
Great )1tt1eri1) 1 t tlsietail} l custom refinIShed, re.fretted.. graver i campus Several vacancies avail ((195)) Windmeodows $67 mo. + ',* ulil AC ton" ""M". w m if"" \ "y I 7 e:*
s pegs, humbucking pick up, etc call bob I Open 9 am.6pm 377-699:I pool tennis, Coll Rhonda 378.5743 (c.5t55pd :jo 0
233 W. University 377.3013 378.6278 1220 s Main $155 (A.2T.57-P) ) EXCITING ADVENTURE!

$135 duplex located behind Norman
HP 35 calculator for sale Used 3 gtrs- NLTDISNEY riwoifcnooss' :
j Hall. Spacious & clean Air, heat fully Wonted Male Roomate,quite, mature 77
Perfect condition with all accessories.
equipped kitchen. ((1915)) mo + utilities, near campus call mark
$175. call 378 1147 after 5. (o.5t.56. ) J
p Open 90".8pm 377-6992 373-0385, keep trying, central heat, air.
IMPOHTEIlPANTS Bargain world waned by frances con- .. (c.5t.56.p)

nely Ii having furniture warehouse sale ;3 bdr "home located exactly 5 blocks from liberal roommate to shore Ige 1 br opt lE
9 to 5 sat weekdays 1 to 5:30: kitchen ,campus $170 per month.' for this spacious OCt pool etc: $75 mo. 4 ''i uti'I. call alan
sets 10.00 up desk $2500 bookcase i home ((191)1 ) after 4 pm 377.7834 (c.3t.56.p) E Technicolor wJ
$1500 single beds $25.00 up. curtains .
IHC (Open 9 am 8pm 3776992 ter.W.ii aim..P'O Ca.ns .
$25 refrigators. $39.00 trundle bed $75 00- own room & both in two br mobile home

; dressers $10.00 up carpets $20.00 up ;$125 utilities, paid, Spacious home waft pool & tennis courts 82.50 mo + !l's' ult. CMIr
IMPORTED PART & wlIOIS
ACCESSORIESFOR I stoves. wall ovens, stoves misc. steroes large bar in country setting or acreage call 378.9375 (c.3t.56.p) .
ph 377.9835 after 6 372.5269 3009 NE ((196)) ..
ALL FOREIGN i female: roommate. urgently + desperately 2.':15
CARSASK 20th way (o-41 56-p) i Open 9om.8pm 377-6992 .
,needed vizcoya opt $70 monthly. 41 1 1.3 N. W. 1)f. Sf. 1:1STOIUNG.
Epiphone' guitar & case brand new $120 .
,
ABOUT OUR STUDENT DISCOUNT life warrenty included call 377-6029 kimor !$100 util paid mobile home near U of I utilities, please 373.9147 contact' C.5T debi.58 or P) cindy immediately
( -
george. (o-2t..56.p) I Fla. no lease or deposit. Pets O k. Air, heat!
MON FRI. 96:00:()( : PM SAT. 10:00-2:00: : PM fully equipped kitchen, Students Welco"ell oom"oleown: room in quiet opt. 65 nth Viutil
indian and mexican torquoise rings for unfurn. 5 blks from UF 1823 NW 5 OY
1012 S. MAIN ST. 372.4341 sale low prices, call 377.1159 after 5:00 .((192)) .
)Apt 2 after 6 pm. (C 3T 58 P)
pm (o 5t 56-p)
United Real Estate Aisoc i FEMALE: roommote( Immediately! $69 ft V4
for sale conshelf regulator ond seoviev 113 N.E. 16th'' A ve. ,utilities rent pd until 17th Vt blk from tigert """IllIG
u _; !!I l !i IIIIM gouge like new call jack in the morning\g Open 7 days 377-6992 Coll:: vicky 378-0632 colonial manor. (C.3T.
.
377 8870 o real good deal call soon (A.2t t I P .
58. )
GOING OUT .
P .
58 ) ROOMMATE WANTED Male-female C e5eeeSe e .

Imported martin 6-string occousticol guitar. Hawaiian Village 60-month .+. ''4 util.I .
FORCED TO MOVEBUSINESS good neck action. $70.00 or best offer. Col I call 373-2052 or 373-1037 (b.it.56-p)
Joy ct 377.5547 Must sell. (A.IT.58-P) .
need 4th for 4 br opt at village opt $80
HP.45 CALCULATOR FOR SALE. Cost $32!5 per ""onlht: male 377.8451 (b-5t-56.p)
(plus 1011)) new. Will, sell for $240 (no tax) EVERY MONDAY NIGHT
All original equipment Included. Bran d j Room for rent rear campus at
( new condition. Con "test drive" befo,4buying. reasonable cost Call 373.9831 between

..' NEW & USED Sole on cosh bosis only. FIRS';T ".7 pm (QStSSp) PIZZA BUFFET
COME, FIRST SERVED 377 8014 after 4
p.m. Couple wonted to shore new house with
Everything must be sold (A2T58P) graduate student. Private bedroom t
5 SPEED BIKE fair condition little use $35 both, central heat A air N.W. section 530-730: :
373-3941 (A3T58-P) No pets or kids 6 mo. lease deposit,'.
7. $160. month 372.1727 6 376-5449
to ,
Man-Box Spr. $9.95 New B.R. Suit $99.20 FENDER 392.9207 mustang great value at 80.00 col JJ i I evenings (b.5t.55,p) pm "PICK YOUR FAVORITE"-
before 9.00 or evenings after 7:01)
Lamps $1.77 100's of other pm. (A.2T.58.P) Female Roommate Wanted) Wind Selection of flavor baked pizza

Chairs $3.70 items will URGENT Must sell Honda 1974 CB 360. A,|I meadows Apis Rent 66.25 a month' plus and garden fresh salad.
condition (just out of shop for tune up). ',4 utilities Call Sue at 376-0566 after
2 pc. LR. Suit $69.20 be sold Asking price but will, take best offer Col I 17:00: p.m. (B.3T.57.P)

Howard at 2.7T64: (afternoons) (A.5T.58-P|]1 I Need 2 or 3 female roommates to shore $1.59Pizzaliin0

AR Turntable. pe.fnct condition w.Shun t 2 bdrm. furn, Village Pork apt-Own
carridae 41000 Dyne>co A.25 Speaker s I room or share.-Coll 373-7408-o-c, pool.
FURNITURE' CITY USA $,J. poor toll 378.9994 evenings i Close to campus.. ((8.2T.57-P)
I (A 3T.59-P) .
mole roommate own room in 5
Corner of custom built boss guitar and ouation 200 bedroom house, I I'l blocks from
E.
University & S.E 1st St watt and speakers all for $100 Call 16th
.... omp campus. 85 month. Uti I. If V call 376- 316 S.W. Ave 376-4521
...
IIISIHI.W!: i tiO\! '" !::1m 'x ""';M;#.' Now 373.1273 (A.2T.57.P) 5963. (B3T57P)

br mobile home nr cond carpet clubhouse ALSO NOON TIME BUFFET
& pool in Alomor Gds rood poved 110m- $1.59 I
o free )lot rent o no pets call 373-2831
student owned 150 mo ((8.5T.54,P)


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WANTED HELP WANTEDGRAPHIC PERSONAL SERVICES SERVICES SERVICESVOICE ,

l lid quiet female student to star ARTIST; $2 p.rhr. 15 hn
lout 1-bdrm opt. starting Jan. Near week; free-hand drawings charts per gator 1st Ave.parking now open or SW 13th St. t Scuba Class starting Scuba equipment LEARN !KARATE qualified Instructors new LEsSoNS-Improve your quality I
d. Center, Monthly rent $90.50. Call graphs, logotypes for eompui normon A pork close ,to bryant, tigert, provided, 4 open water dives International class starting soon all ages male & controMechnlque1 Taking beg, int. and
[Life ot 3777013. (c31S7pD publication' Call Alan Whlleleolher l monthly little halls 56 hourly doily a Certification, Tom Allen (co- female, for reg. & further Info call adv. students. Just who you've waited
392-0171 (e-5t-56pj) rotes (|H2t' -II?), host Wild Kingdom) Repairs, Service howard 373.6252 (m-8t-5S-p) fort 377-8192 (m-5t-55-p) _

4 SILVER Top prices paid for clangs Artist needed OVERSEAS JOBS Australia. Europe, S Sales, Rentals Aliens Aquatic & Trail
old jewelry, etc. confidential call 6 layout for volunteer to be director of art work America Africa. Students all Center 3448 W. Univ. 373-9233 (m-fr-55-
373.3894 (c-50-53-c) program great professions and occupations $700 to PI.
zle for
'' opportunity experience. all '
furnished 3921608. (e>55QAUTOS )supplies $3000 monthly. Expenses paid, over- HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY HORSEBACK RIDING H41l: :
time, sightseeing Free Information AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL .U
WANTED TRANSWORLD RESEARCH CO. ABILITY-STUDYING ATHLETICS ROCKIN "M" RANCH 'J ItISOXY.4r
MEMORY
[HELP Dept. Gb
P.O. Box. 603,Corte Madera CA 94923 (I I- 373-3059 Donald G. Pratt-Certlfied Hones rented by the :::t w" ;; :;

|| time secretory II needed for law 61-53 p) ._ AAEH FAPH (m-21t-48-p) Also horses for sale./ 591.Hi'.Wff.ftthM,=: :

ool l position. Should be obis tomain 1966 VW Sedan Doesn't run Many new ports ABORTION IS LEGAL for Info on low co.t.IOfe The counseling center is offering a 1347; 20 mi. So of :.',':::::::': "" ',.::;::.:'
in position for ot least J yeas Good body Any reasonable. offer accepted abortions In modern approved group for men and women student who Gainesville on 41 /:327" 643,;';;:. 'iJl
.,, phone 392-1081 (e-3t-56-P) 373-2437 Ask for Bob (G-1T-58-P) facilities call THE LADIES CENTER :355-! wish to Improve their Interpersonal new ::: -
RAW experiences. Get to know yourself 73 mazda 808 automatic, air, etc. 22-31 3683 (|-sr.53-c) relationship Thursday evenings 7-9 call '
Ihttle better volunteer to help yourself mpg. $2,000. In good condition. 377-45U or karen or stars 392.1575 (m-Sl-56-chg)
Overweight? lose
fast.
Former
weight
I be SAMSON 373-oTOl ed. 235 {G-5T-56.P) '
other o
helping weight watcher lecturer now In G'ville WIRED FOR SIGHT S '
blunteer. i 11 different, progromtbmething with a faster better way. Small classes "The Eyeglass Super Mart" :. J
for everyone coil 392-1608 only $2.00 per week Call 377-83J2 UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS ,
Lst-56-cr.a) PERSONALNew (J-5T-54P) 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480

lewordess corporate vet req. few SAMMIE'S ARRIVED FROM LONDON, m-50-53-c( )_ SAN MING ORIENTAL MART
males, schedule permitting occasional NOW OPEN,
Specializing In English haircutting KARATE UNIFORMS Top quality,
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ying duties serve refreshments, little experiences, get to know yourself blow waving for the In look bleached from $24 up. 1 1215 NW 5th Ave 403 NE 23rd Ave
a better
ocks. Usually bock tame day. call I.cler volunteer to help yourself unisex. Colonial
Drop by
Plaza 716 W. 1 blk east of 13th St. G'ville Sch of
oieski rm 203 fl Inn (e--56-p) by helping others. be a SAMSON Univ. Ave 377264350t.53p(| ) Karate-do mon-wed-fri evening oft 7
volunteer. 11 different programs. (Corner of N.Main & 23rd Ave)
ceptionist-port time for law'firm 377- Something for everyone call 392-1608 The BOOK< GALLERY 6 E. Un lv, Ave. buys pm 378-7131 (m-5l-55-p)_
773 (E-2T-57-P) (QSt-So-cha I ) & sells USED BOOKS & offers BOOK-< Experienced typist will type term paper, Tel. 377-2492 ,
FINDING service S. Monarch Notes Vi thesis or dissertation. Fast & accurate
CHINESE AND JAPANESE FOODS
price. 37691175t55p(| ) service ot reasonable rate Call 373- <..

Visit The BOOK GALLERY EXCHANGE 613 8923 (m-10t-5S-p) Groceries, gifts, spices, over 100 ,
INIVKRSITY CITY: TRA V NW 16th Ave to TRADE your books 2 for 1 PROFESSIONAL TYPIST: Fast, accurate items to choose from.
of equal value Park in rear off 6th St. ..rvlce.IBMSelectrlc. Varying low rates...
EtWIl'ITRAK.PLANE.SIIIP 377-2494 Mon.Sot. 10-6 (-5t-55-p| ) Delivery. Stenographic service and e Egg Roll Skin e Rsh Sauce e Instant Noodles

\ LEARN KARATE qualified instructors new 57-P notary) public also. Call 4622739. (M-5T-,

class starting soon all ages mole 4
female for reg & further Info call PHOTOGRAPHERS any one Interested in
923 W. University Ave. howard 373.8252 (i-8l-55-pd) a photo co-op contact bill, lover 373-
9359 after 6 (M-ST-57-P)
Gainesville fla. 32601
377-4226
Artist needed. To be director of art work
& layout for volunteer program. Great SLEEPY HOLLOW riding academy 4
opportunity for experience all supplies boarding stables hunt seat Inst outside r'---------I
furnished. 392-1608. Somson (|-5t.55-c) course dressage ring trails excellent CLIP THIS COUPON
SUNFLOWERHEALTH boarding 373-1059 466-3224 facilitiesbox i i
The counseling center and the women's .
stalls winter rye grass pasture (m- AND SAVE $10.00 ON

FOODS assertive walk-In counseling training for services women winter offer 1A1.4.p!) !
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quarter thursday 12.2 p.m. Limited Auto repair. Foreign and Domestics, TEXAS INSTRUMENTS SR 10
Hor.rran ft Welder enrollment. Call Jean or Bev. 392.1575 guaranteed work ot good rates; see Bill or
t (j.5t.56-cllg) Mike ot 216 N.E. 3rd Ave. from.10:00 till 7:00: I j ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR. !
'M CT'aDD \
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ONE-YEAR-OLD (mostly) LAB needs TORTUGAS for spring break diving and j ENDS 11775. J
Natural Vitamins Minerals home. affectionate and Intelligent. L.OFFER
Coll Very Howie 3778087. 315 camping trip. Fly by seaplane from Key .- -.-.- .-.
Larry or nw march 21-25 25-29 All scuba
West
Herbs Products or
Dairy lAth Dr. (J.SR-54.NC) equipment provided Explore historic Fort

Books, Cosmetics Book Packs, "Rugby" Shirts, Hiking Jefferson $115 with certification $150 Includes -
Shorts, Trail Shoes, Woolrich Shirts full scuba course call Scubc
BlrUnttock Sandals White Slog Speedo Bathing Suits Aliens Dynamics 373-5069 (M-5T-58-P)
7 WM Unlvontty' Ave (Downtown Aquatic&Trail Center 3448 W.Univ. 373-
tC ln fvllU. Florida Phone 371 W78 9233 (|-fr-53-p) LOST FOUND REGULARLY

KARATE LESSONS Small classes $20 lost:puppy resembles collie black with $69.95 -
per mono Evenings, 7 to 9 pm Mon thru white neck and legs 9 wks old lost near ,
Sat 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th) (|-5t.55- nw 23 ave & 8 st 377-9931 392.2342 'r
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CHINA "The station of absolute self-surrender Block Persian cot named REGIN lost near '
transcendelh and will ever remain exalted McDonalds before Christmas Break call
above every other station." Baha'iWritings Alan 373-7614 (l-5t-55-p)
(J-IT58-C) Lost: fawn ligt tan chihuahua near 4 x
lDf 1 WEEK Russia, Berlin, London Paris, Wont to travel prone view trailer pork, archer rd. ,
for four weeks with fellow student and the reword 3734)258) Pleosel (l-5t-55-p)

Foreign study league-July, departure$1350.Contact Lost.SR 50 calculator bet. Wm. 100-A and O
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Hy/5 MONDAY 730 CJJINAXMOVI! ( EJ}FELIX GREtN REITZ| UNION 378-7104 Joyce
Carl or Marilyn or Shands, poss. on bus Gen. Reword No ques : %
930 US.CHIN PEOPLES FRIENDSHIP ASSOCIATION:; 373.3287 after 5 PM for more Info. (J.7T58P asked.. Call 392-6843 or 373-6976. (L-5T-58- vxxcz&7.

l-M-75 TUESOAY4 IMMIGRATION LAW FRANK PECTANA )) P -
PLACE REITZ UNION 361! 6373OLAW Wedding invitations $11.40 per 100, lost 1 pair of gold wire glosses In block casein
PC3TANA, business cords $995 rubber stamps, vicinity of Bryan hall call 3781994pleaseneeded
IN CHINA'SPEAKLR FRANK
HOLLAND LAW SCHOOL AUDITOR I'vM((190)) magnetic signs, offset printing. Cliff Hall bodly ((1-3T-58-P)
N. Main J-FR-58C)
Printing 1103 (
lost Gold bracelet with design
on campus
"1-6-75 WEDNESDAY TWMOVEMENT TO CRITICIZE CONFUCJUS LIN Great sentimental value Reword 377-8008
,PIAOSPEAKER MILES STRYKER.MC CARTY ALSO to my sexy country cowboy-! more addicted (L-4T-58-P)
H6-75 THURSDAY 700 AWAYWITH AH. PESTS your country pumpkin (J-1T-58-P) FOUND -Set of keys near Univ. Ave. Call
I SCIENCE AUDITORIUM Kristl ot 376-9545 (L.3T.58.NC)) WITH THIS
AND630'HEALTN !

CARE IN CHI SCIENCE IA'Sf'eAKEIf: AUDITORIUM: MtfJGARETMEOILLAIEDICAL COUPON JUST $59.95 !

H7-75, FRIDAY 7<30'WOMEN INCHINA"SPEAKER BECKY HAMILTON .

MCCARTY G 186 ALACHUA COUNTYINFORMATION Enjoy .the space ege speed and accuracy el Texas ,

PLUS: Instrument's SR-10 electronic calculator ... and .ve' .
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ITAWAN RSHERMAN Is serving LITTLE LARRY'Ssee ad In GRANFALLOONSUNRISE HIGH THE
up snapper flounder scampi, today's Alligator for our daily WAY playing all this week. All
veal parmaglana lobster, and dinner special. We're located at the beer or wine you care to
:. I' more. See our complete menuin 1225 W. UNIVERSITY. drink. Girls free, guys $2 every CORNER
today's Alligator ad. 2310 SW mon. 14M SW 13 ST.
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DOMINO'S PIZZA FREE At DUI'S this weekPEACE ft DRUGSTORE
DELIVERY. Eastside 376-3317 LOVE,,a top 40 bond, and SNAKE
th. Sunshine... Juice Bar 122S Campus 3762487. W.stsld.318- AND THE ARMPITS a nostalgia
West Univ. 376-2139 serving 2415. 50s band performing nightly.
I" COUNSELING SERVICE homemade soups salads sandwiches Funny how much the guys I in
juices smoothies and those bonds look alike. Dance to
baked goods Open. 10:30-5:30: JOCS DELI has an offer you can't their music at DUBS 450 NW 13
114.00: Sat. refuse. Super lunch specials: for ST.
only $1.25. Over 50 sandwichesto 378-1588
choose from at ISIS SW 13 ST. L otf
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., 377-RAPE Take-out have It delivered. SNUFFY'S pub style lunches, .
: Enjoy our food (and beer or Imported beer ft fine win., enjoy MARRIH STUDENT CENTER 1128 ,
win.) any way you want. 377- our famous Snuffy Burger 1017 Got problems?Call us. 3778125.
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NON-CREDIT COURSESRegistration
On January 24, 1975, the J. Wayne Reitz .
Union will .I-
sponsor for all workshops and lessons will take place in Room 330. from

9:OOa.m. to 4:00: p.m., January 6 through January 17.


THE APPLE TREEAn Students faculty and staff members and their spouses will have priority for

lesson enrollment from January 6 through January 10. Only after this time

will registration be open to other persons.


Due to price and registration differentials, it will be necessary that each
Evening of Dinner Theatre person come to register with appropriate Identification. Enrollment for In-

THE SEVENTH SEAL Presented By dividual classes is limited and therefore, on a first-come, first-served basis.
The New York Theatre Company Persons may only register for themselves.

litie Black Death Is wiping out the population of Europe as
Antonlus Block. .a knight, returns disillusioned from the Dinner begins at 6:30: p.m. in the J. Wayne Because registration for all workshops and lessons is limited we must
rusades. Death appears before him, but he asks for a Reitz Union Ballroom and Is followed by a consider your decision to enroll final by '4.00: p.m. the working day
Chance to live and proposes a game of chess. Death takes performance of.three famous American short preceding the first scheduled class. Refunds will only be made under these
stories set to music. circumstances.ASTROUAM. .! ..
Jhi but Block stall -- ---
him
toll one by one, manages to long

enough so that a young troupe of traveling players may get TIckets available "... / FIVE-STRING BANJO c YOGA 1
to safety. At the end Death leads his prisoners. away (Constans at the University Box Office 1 Thurs. Ja... 23-Mar 6 f (Beginning. ) Mon.Jan.>> Mar. 3
doing their dance of death. Theatre) beginning Monday, 7:30-l:30 P.M. Tu.Jon 21 l -Mar..4 230-430: :
January 13th.U .
INSTRUCTOIT.DlkkJ.Jo } 7:30-9.30P.M.: INSTRUCTOR:
Mullen INSTRUCTOR Randall Roffe$10.00SlveUnt
MON.. JAN 13 7:009:30 $10.00: Student Tom Mont...,
MS'AUD. 50 cents ol F students $4.50 General Public $&.00 15.00 Non-Students ) $10.00 Student J
-- 1100 Non-Stud.nts $15.ooNon.Stud.nte.J .
r BRIDGE f J
1 Wed.Jan.22-Mar.S;
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7:30-9:30: P.M.
THE WHITE SHEIK INSTRUCTOIT.Adrio. : r YOGA j
.. FIVE-STRING BANJO 1 Tut*.Jan. 21-Mar 4 ,
%lil lI Dov.1I$10.ooStud.nte J 1 (Beginning) 10.00AM.-NoonINSTRUCTOR
d Thurs.Jan 23-Mar 6 I :
15.00 Non-Stud.nts
llrvATHSFr
7:3O-9:3OP.M. Randal RoHe
INSTRUCTOR 10.00 Students J
r BRIDGE 11 J
Gall Gillespie 15.00
\ Thurs.lan. 23-Mar.6 Non.Students tI
$10.00 Student
7:30-9:30: P.M. 15.00 Non-StudentsJ J YOGA
INSTRUCTOR.Adria. : c
..Dovell I Tut.Jon 21-Mar 4 I
2:304:30: P.M.INSTRUCTOR .
4 $10.00 Students
4 15.00 NonStudentsBEGINNING : I
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SELF-DISCOVERYthis r r MIME: 10.00 Students jr

1 CHESS Wed.Jan.22Mar..S 15.00 Non-Student I
Tactic ft Strategy
7:>>':30 p.m.
Tue.Jan. 21Mar. 4 YOGA .
INSTRUCTOR.Sandy
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7SO:30: P.M. Scott r I Wed.Jan 22-Mar 5
INSTRUCTOR.Mlcha.1 : $10.00 Student 2:30-4:30P.M.: I
Bait $15.00 NonStudentsPAINTING _) INSTRUCTOITIScarl.t
$10.00 Students Johnson t
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15.00 Non-Student $10.00 Student I
15.00 Nan-Student .S

r :
r DECOUPAGEMon 1 Thurs. Jan. 23Mar..6 YOGA 1
Federico Fellinl's debut as a solo director 1 Jan. 20,27 and Feb. 3 7:30-9:30 Thurs.Jon 23-Mori
presents perhaps the) freshest, most tender and 7:30-9:30: P.M. p.m.INSTlUCTOITI) 10.00A.M.-Noon
naturalistic of his films. The film is a satire on INSTRUCTOR.Emily : Bill Schaaf INSTRUCTOR:
glamour and delusion and tells the story of a Steinberg $10.00 Students Scariet Johnson
young couple who go to Rome for their is the tint of a seven puss seiies. of Informal I $4.00 Student J 15.00 Non.tudenhCONSTRUCTION ) $10.00 Student Jr I
Students _
6.00 Non
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honeymoon. It also dealt with two elements lecture-discussions on various topics 15.00 Non-Student

which are present In every later Fellini film: concerning personal growth and r BEGINNING RUGCONSTRUCTION YOGA I
behind show business development. 1
the shoddy reality Tut*.Jan 21-Mar.4
glamour and the mediocre performers who Mon.Jan 20-Mar 3 1 500: -7:00: P.M.
consider themselves artists. UNDERSTANDING YOUR SEXUAL SELF j) 7:30-9:30 P.M.INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR:
\
: JEWELRY Randall) RoHe
WED., JAN. 15 7:00; 9:30: I BtonorUlghllttr Tut. Jan. 14-Mar.4 $10.00 Student Ir
} $10.00 Students J I 7:30SO P.M. Jr
Gus Newman, M.D. PsychiatristLaura 1100 Non-Student
2ND flOOR AUD. 50cCANDLELIGHT Newman, M. Ed., 15.00 Non-Stud.nts _/ INSTlUCTOIIUndo )
r r/"CREATIVE STITCHERY Darty
YOGA MEDITATION
Marriage CounselorWED. \ Wtd. Jan.22-Mar.S 11.00 Students .
} )1 Tut* Jan. 21-Mar 4 'V-
7:30-:30 P.M. 24.00 NonSiudtntCROW *_ 7:30-9:30 P.M.
DINNER .. JAN. 15 7:30-9:30 p.m. r INSnUCTORIS.anorL.lllhllter: INSTRUCTOITIIhuda.
Lounges 122 & 123 JWRU k ...

SPECIAL $10.00 Student J / YOUR OWN(ORGANIC.. $1000StudtntllOONonStudtnt J
f 1100 Non-Stud.nts -/ f GARDENING) *

Tut. Jen. 21 Mar.4
fJ ( FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC r f /*" SURVEY OF CRAFTS 7:30-9.30: p.m. BEGINNERS WINE
APPRECIATIONThunUan23
I ..J11 4\ Sponsored by the J. Wayne Reitz Union-and ; 1 Thurs. Jan. 16-Mar.6 INSTRUCTOITIStan Pollack -Fob 20
f 9:00-11.00 A.M.INSTRUCTOR .
t Student Mental Health Staff r Students 7:00-1:3O".M..
)) : $10.00 I
,([ Undo Darty $15.00 Non-Students J INSTIIUCTORIBob

f a d IJj[ $11.00 Student J 15.00 Doucette Student

74.75 CAMPUS GAMES 3 24.00 Non-Students Jr. 20.00 Non-Students

T HANDBUILDING Persons Having Already Taken
REITZ UNION GAMES AREA =C Thurs.Jan. U-Mar 6 The Course Will Not Be Allowed

O ENAMEUNGWed. 1:304:80 p.m. To Rtptat.

rr- .Jo... 15-Mar 5 INSTlUCTOITIDo" ) J
U 9:00-11:00 AM. "' ''',Sterling
INSnUCTOIIEmelyn ) 20.00 Student
R Palmer 26.00 Non-Studtnt .,/'Persons Enrolling"' In Course
(11.00 Students Concerned With Alcoholic
Tues. Jan. 14 J. Wayne Reitz N 24.00 Non-Stud.nt. J J leverage Will Be Required To
Cafeteria Show Proof That They Are At
Union Lead 11 Years Of Age.
A GUITAR 1
r WEAVING (Wed. Jan 22-Mar 5
Spaghetti & Meat Sauce M 1 Wed.Jon. 15-Mar. S 7I3O-:3OP.M.

713O-t:30P.M. INSTRUCTOR I
Tossed Salad
INSTRUCTOR: TomMorriuty I
GarlIc Bread BOWLING E June Payne $10.00 Student r GROW YOUR OWN
1l.ooStud.nte P 15.00 Non-S/ud.J 1
Small Beverage BilliARDS NAJD' 24.00 Non-Students .J :" (ORGANIC GARDENING)

1bul'lo Jan. 23-MOTh 6 r

$1.75 plus tax wrt&lsecorjds: on', :> F :. j \ r. ( qr I F'f,1 t GUITAR il! r 7:30:30: p.mINSTlUCTOITI |l

spaghetti and salad for no extra iTABlFTfCHESS( F N fs DRAWING 1 Thurs.Jon 23Mar 6 Stan Pollack \,

charge. Thurs.Jan. It-Mar i $10.00 Students I "
5:00-7:00 P.M.
1:30-4:00: r.M.INSnUcTOitI
$15.00Non-Stud. ts y
INSTIIUCTOR.Gall :

Sponsored by the J. Wayne Reitz TOURNAMENT BEGINS JAN ?Os 1100 Hope Student White $10.00 Gillespie Student 1

Union and Servomatlon. .20.00 Non-Stud.nts J 15.00 Non-Students )
I AST DAY TO REGISTER JAN Ifl

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By GREG'FORRER 7th-ranked Kentucky is 3-0 in the SEC. They
r r r: to hear about is Florida Not even,
Alligator Sports Editor :, :, It's straight talk, but talk that is working a talented groupof were ,upset by Auburn Saturday, and those sameJAuburn
Don't kid yourself the Gators can do the do-and they individuals into a sound team. Last season they.finished,up Tigers}will play in Alligator,Alley tonight at 7:30.: ..
did it Saturday night in Athens, Ga. They had to there ,is by beating Ole Miss, Kentucky at Lexington, SEC-runner up Ticket manager Hardee McAlhaney announced that the
nothing else to do there. Alabama and SEC champion Vanderbilt. student ticket office at Gate 13, Florida Field will be open
They had to.Head coach John Lotz is thinking nothing but Vanderbilt and Alabarpa were both ranked in the nation'stop from'9 a.m.to 3 p.m. today to sell tickets. Many students are
"win "these early days of the Southeastern Conference 10 at the time. And that was the Gators of 197374. The of the misbelief that they must have a season ticket card to
schedule. He is thinking about it harder than he ever has Gators of 1974-75 are stronger and more experienced.They pick up tickets early,but this h not the case.
I before. played with number one ranked Indiana all of the way Except for this one time ,due to the first week confusion,
knew much Lotz said decision Rainbow Classic in can pick up a ticket for 75 cents on Thursday or
1 never winning meant so, to me, a only to drop a 14 point at the anyone
couple of weeks back. You can tell. Hawaii. Less than 24 hours later they lost to eighth ranked Friday preceding games on Saturday or Monday. First come,
He does not smile frequently before games as he does most Penn by just 12. first serve.
other times. He frowns, he is quiet. His "40 minutes of After Saturday night's 83.69 victory over the Georggia If you're up for basketball, it seems almost certain the
intensity" start hours before the game. Bulldogs in Athens, the Gators SEC record improved 2.1; Gators and the SEC season will provide it.
"I don't want to hear about somebody beating Wake One basket stood between that mark and one of 3-0 as the And a howling Alligator! Alley crowd adds a bit .to it,
Forest," Lotz said of his pro-game conversation. "All want Gators lost to LSU in Baton Rouge by a 92.91 score last week. besides.


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ANDY COHEN Alligator Alley against an figures. but I've never been down on
Alligator Sports Writer Auburn club that on Saturday Norman Caldwell led the this team, I wanted this win for
upset powerful Kentucky. Orange and Blue with 19 them and they got it."
ATHENS, Ga. A poised Dorsey who phoned in points, followed by Gene Shy UF hitting from just about
and determined Gator most of his shots by long ((14)), Chip Williams ((12)), Bob everywhere on the court,
basketball team thwarted distance, kept Georgia Smyth ((12)) and Don Bostic shot a sizzling 64 per cent
Georgia's one-man offensive reasonably close in the first ((10)). from the field in the second
show of freshman superstar half as he totaled 15 of the PROBABLY THE turning h which gave them a SS per
Jackie Dorsey and raced to an Bulldog's opening period 27 point of the contest for the cent total for the game.
83-69 victory here Saturday points. But not even Dorsey, Gators came in the second Georgia could only sink 43
night in front of 7,400 who found it quite a bit half when Georgia narrowedthe per cent of its shots.
disgusted Bulldog fans. tougher in the second half due lead to a skimpy 44-43 So now, this Gator team
The Gators started strong, to the likes of Bob Smyth and mar in. that is just one-point short of
jumping out to a 14-2 lead Chip Williams, could stop the But Chip Williams and being 3-0 in the conference, $
with just eight minutes gonein Gators from opening up as Jerry Moore followed\ with faces its biggest test of the t wO
the game and never looked much as a 16 point lead in the crucial layups and Georgianever conference season Auburn, a
back as a frustrated Bulldog closing minutes. ,again found themselvesin teamthat just as soon turn a
squad was never on the larger THE GEORGIA freshman striking distance. basketball game into a track
side of the score the entire finished the game with 31 Gator coach John Lotz meet.When GJAOUJ! !
evening. points which was 21 better caaled it a great win for the asked how tough
THE WIN raised UF's than his nearest teammate. Gators and said, "we played Auburn is, Lotz answered,
record to 6-7 and 2.1 in the but the Gators, known for ', hard nosed defense and never "Well, they beat the ,sixth }{" AI
conference and sets up a tough defense and balanced let up. ranked team in the nation on photo by george kochoniec jr.UF'S .
crucial Southeastern Con scoring did just that as six "WE WERE HURTING Saturday. I think that speaksfor BOB SMYTH
ference battle tonight in players finished in double after the tough loss as LSU itself;" ,
.hustle 12
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II Alligator Sports Writer winning fashion for Florida as he decisioned. Alabama's Jim
Florida Wrestling Coach Gary Schneider said before Rew 10-4 at 134.
Saturday's meet with Alabama that if the Gators wrestled up "Mike i is doing an outstanding job for us, and wrestles
to their potential, they would have no problem with the Tide. better and better each match," Schneider said. "If he keeps up
And the Gators certainly wrestled up to their potential as his current pace he'll be a contender for the SEC title,"
they crushed Alabama 29-5 in Alligator Alley. Schneider continued.
The match was the first Southeastern Conference (SEC) Senior co-captain Tim Granowitz followed at 142, rackingup
Y Y.' Ytr meet for the Gators and came ,against a highly touted a 18-5 superior decision adding four more team points for
Alabama team. Alabama Kentucky and Florida were ratedin Florida.
the top three in the SEC and after the' Gators overwhelmingwin "Tim is definitely one of the best J 142-pounders in the
Saturday Schneider feels his team has an excellent chanceof country and has everything it takes to be a national champion -
bringing Florida its first SEC title. ," Schneider said.
I "After our decisive victory over Alabama. I feel the top two Freshman Dan Lubell won his 150-pound match, puttingthe
Ft tYM teams will be Kentucky and Florida," the first year coach fides Larry Tusick on his back in the final period for a 8-
7 ecision.:
said.The '
Gators lost only one match and tied one in chalking up Sophomore Bob Saville took the 158 class for Florida when
their 27th straight duo meet win. he .decisioned Alabama's Jeff-Brader 7-2.
..; Defending SEC champ Bob Roberts started UF off in the In perhaps the wildest match of the night Gator Jeff Davis,
j'4 fro 118-pound division weight class 'winning a 6-1 decision. who had earlier given up a penalty point to his Alabama
o + Florida took the next five matches after Roberts' victory, opponent, came back in the final period when he successfully
: building a '20-0 lead. shot a takedown wjtb ten seconds left for a 9-9 tie at 167.
""Artie" Haberman. back for the first time after being Junior Gato J 'TimWorsowitz won at 177 and co-captain
.. 1ft. ?... photo by mike fcrrorl ineligible, rolled up a superior decision over his opponent in Henry Jackson 190 o\itpointed his foe J 10-0 before heavyweight
r ... UF'S TIM GRANOWITZ the 126 class winning 15-4. Mark,Totten dropped a 3-1 decision.'Loft .
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Brown shines mile relay. team wins at CYO



By RICK ADELMAN
Alligator Sports Writer hard to believe that he's going took its toll. won the mile run in a great a vault of 17-0 while team-
to
Marty Liquori ran his best continue to get strongerand JUST BEFORE the gun time of 3:57.7.: mate Mike Cotton cleared 6-6
'ace in two years at the CYO better" as the year signaling the start of the race FTC MEMBER Juris to finish third.
Invitational track meet and progresses. Tuitt removed himself from Luzins turned in one of his Gator Will Freeman failedto
Rick Wolhuter exhibited the Brown also anchored UF's the track, a victim of nausea. best times ever and finished make the opening height of
form that has made him the vaunted mile relay squad to The Trinidad native tried fourth in 4:00.2. 16-0 but Benson said
best 880 man in the world. and another victory. Both Brown gallantly to complete the race Dave Roberts, also of the Freeman had been battling
But as far as UF an Eastern Michiganrunner but had to drop out after two FTC, won the pole vault with back from the flu.
was
broke the in
concerned, the meet last tape laps.The
3:17.3
: but the Gators
were unfortunate part is
Friday
night belonged to .
Beaufort Brown. ruled the winners. that he was ahead at the time."I .
The Gator AFTER SENIOR Bob DONT! know if he Swimmers drop
11,000 senior had Rambo led off, speedster Noel would have won but he
screaming fans on Gray took the baton and
certainly would have been in
their feet
when he sped to moved the Gators from a the thick of things," said
victory in the thrilling 60C) distant third to a solid second. Benson. two dual meetsBy
.
,. yard conquest.
Then *'
sophomore Mitchell
1 don't know of any
4 BUT IT wasn't your run of Goings handed to Brown for
the athlete who doesn't get a LOUIS BRANCACCIO
mill
race.Assistant .
the last 440. "
nervous stomach, continued Alligator Sports Writer
R Coach Roy UF's two mile relay team Benson. "He'll be okay."
Benson said it was almost was out to defend their CYO Wohlhuter, who was just The UF swim team lost two meets over the weekend, the
in perfect.the just like they teach it title, but things didn't work voted "The World's Best first time the tankmen lost two meets in a row "in at least six
book.
out quite as well as they had Runner" by Track and Field years," Assistant Swim Coach Jim Dann said Sunday.
"It
was definitely" the expected. magazine, edged Byron Dyceof "I'VE BEEN here six years and it has never happened
M highlight of the evening, said STEVE GOMEZ, Wimpy the Florida Track Club while 1 was here," Dann said.
Benson. "He ran" a super Alexander, Tom Doerr, and (FTC) by nine tenths of a UF's duel meet record is now 3-2.
h; ?"p> remarkable
race.
"".' t Horace Tuitt finished a second. UF's first dual meet loss came at the hands of a powerful
l< BROWN'S SCIN-
disappointing fourth as HIS WINNING time was Southeastern Conference opponent, Alabama, by a 73-40
? TILLATING time of 1:10.3: Villanova breezed in a time of 1:48.9.: score. It was only the second time in the history of the UF-
was just one second off his 7:28.: Ex-Olympian Marty Alabama rivalry that Alabama has come out on top.
personal best for that "We just had a bad night," Liquori made it clear that he "'Bama was really strong," Dann said.
distance.
said Benson. wants to be in Montreal for .THE SECOND Gator loss happened in Tallahassee against
"He looked like he did two Tuitt had a long time to the 1976 Summer Olympics.The Florida State. The loss, 70-43, was particularly due to a
BEAUFORT BROWN years ago when he.won the prepare for his 880 showdown N.Y. Athletic Club gamble in strategy, Dann said.
.outstandingperformance NCAA 600 championship! ," with the incomparable member, who trains in "We went with a different lineup in the first relay and it
added Benson. "It's really Wohlhuter and the pressure Gainesville, convincingly didn't work.. I'll have to take the blame for that," Dann said.
Dann explained that the Gators went with a relay team not
composed of their strongest swimmers, hoping to win the
relay event and still have the strong swimmers for later in the


I Lady Gator Sports ActionBy said.Dann meet."BUT AFTER that relay loss we never caught up," Dann

said although the swimmers lost both meets David
Ray had an outstanding weekend. Ray won the 50 and 100
yard freestyle events in the FSU meet and also swam an
Alligator Services freestyle, 26.5 seconds; Karen Stottlemeyer in the 50-yard excellent time in a relay event against Alabama.
butterfly, 29; Carol Goerke in the 100-yard freestyle, 56.6; Other good showings, for the Gators were Will Artley
and Sue Stone in the 100-yard butterfly, 1:04.7: winning the 200 yard backstroke against Alabama, Mel
Bonnie Broyles and Diane Soden took four first places eachto t t t Zajac, winning the 200 yard breaststroke against FSU and
lead the UF women's swim team to victory over Florida UF freshman golfer Elaine Hand, ranked No. 2 U.S. Junior Tim McKee winning the 200 yard backstroke against FSU.
State 81-50 Saturday in Tallahassee. girl golfer, finished the Harder Hall Invitational golf tournament DANN SAID the Gators have a lacK of depth this year andit
Broyles won the 50 and 100-yard backstroke events with rather disappointingly with a ninth-place 75-80-79 will probably hurt the swimmers throughout the season.
times of 28.7 and 1 1:02: seconds. She was also one of the three round total of 234. "If you only have one strong mar. in an event and he has a
'foursome teams that"won the 200-yard medley relay and the NANCY IIAGER of texas won the tournament with roundsof bad day, you get hurt," Dann said.
400-yard freestyle relay. 747373220. Adding to the swimmers problem was the absence of Chip
SODEN SWEPT the 200-yard I.M. and the 100-yard()() Bradley and Ed Quarry. Quarry, an All-American last year,
backstroke with times of 2:15.3: and 1 1:12.: She was also on the The UF women's gymnastics team lost to the Olympiad stayed home because of disciplinary reasons, Dann said, and
two team wins with Broyles. School of Gymnastics 270260.30 Friday in the Florida gym. Bradley, an All-American two years ago, quit the team.
Sophomore diver Marti Davies won both the 1 I.meter and 3- The next competition for the gymnasts will be Jan. 25 at "BUT I don't think it would have made a difference,"

meter diving events. Murphreesboro, Tenn., in a quad meet. Dann said of the absence of both swimmers. ." ..
The team, plagued by colds the week before the meet gavea UF's next meet, Dann said, will be against Georgia in 't.
performance that Coach Sue Halfacre was proud of. THE UF women's basketball team will meet Valdosta State .. Gainesville this Friday at 3 p.m.
"WE WERE exhausted from working so hard after the today in its season opener in the Florida gym at 4 p.m. Dann said the Gators should not have much trouble with
holidays, but we did really well all around" Halfacre said. "I "I haven't seen Valdosta play," said Lady Gator Coach Georgia but the following Monday UF will face Auburn in
was extremely pleased with our depth." Paula Welch, coaching her first Florida game, "but if we play Gainesville, a team that has already beaten the tankmen in
Other UF winners were: Barb Thomas in the 50-yard up to our capabilities we should win." the Tulane Relays.

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16, Th. Independent Florida Alligator Monday, January U. 1975
4 HILLEL JEWISH STUDENT CENTER

believes that 1
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Gators got 'whopped' ., .


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Forget it, Gator football JEWISH STUDENT UNION MEETING 9:00: p.m., '
die-hards. UF lost the Sugar
Bowl game. They got Lou Brancaccio

"whupped." Wednesday
The score indicates that UF
lost 13-10, but an interesting Sugar Bowl game but they brought two ineligible playersto
lc phenomena has occurred in actually beat Nebraska the Sugar Bowl.
the All-American city of convincingly.It They didn't play, mind you, CARLEBACH
Gainesville-nobody believesit. seems that recent film just went along tor the ride. RABBI SHLOMO
disclosures have proven that Of course the FOOL's feel
i THIS CLOSELY knit Gator halfback, Tony Green, this violation is another bit of IN CONCERT- b:30: p.m.STUDENTS 1.50
group of non-believers, should have had his 24 yard evidence pointing to the
1 numbering untold thousands touchdown run counted ,Gator victory. It must have GENERAL PUBLIC $2.50
1' including sports writers, are instead of having it whistledout been a major .breakthrough
known as the Fraternity Of of bounds at the five yard the FOOL's said, because it '
Outraged Lunatics (FOOL) line.A received top billing on the Thursday '
and base their assumption bad call by the referees? local sports page.
that the Gators won on what Most likely. But was it the There are, as football fans RABBI CARLEBACH'S TEACH-IN ,', ",,',, '
they consider solid facts. only bad call? Bad calls already know, many FOOL's r. .',: '
Before the Sugar Bowl usually even out by the end ofa who talk of Gator victoriesthat 2:00: p.m. and 8:30: p.m. : :'.M I'I'I:: I T ,
game, the FOOL's recalled, game. It is also worth askingif did not happen. But '' .
w UFwas beaten by Vanderbilt, the FOOL's looked at the these FOOL's should beware. 5
li ... Kentucky and Georgia. entire film to see if the ONE OF these years the Shabbat /
Things looked dim for referees made a mistake or Gators might really be ,
l Dickey's Disciples as they had two in favor of the Gators. capable of beating a team like SERVICES EVERY FRIDAY AT 5:15: p.m.-' '
to face an overpowering Besides, the Gators were Nebraska.By w"-
Nebraska team.Some still on the five yard line and then the football fans AND SATURDAY AT 10:00: a.m.Sunday .. r
had four downs to make it to will not listen to FOOL's, "
prognosticators predicted a pay dirt-but they could not. who, in the past, tried to : ,
massacre. The Gators would AND IF this was not "talk" Gator defeats. into .
lose by at least a ton of points, enough evidence to make victories. BRUNCH AT 11:00: a.m.
1 "the FOOL's were sadly told. FOOL's plan belated victory Wake up FOOL's. The S
BUT THEN the day of parades, it has now been football season is over. The MEETING ',

Sugar. UF played and a learned that Nebraska Gators got "whupped." FOR PROPOSED "KOSHER MEAL PLAN" AT NO'q1
respectable game was
finally nipped by the margin ,
'r of a field goal. INTRAMURALSM -
A field goal. You can
hardly call that a loss the
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BESIDES, THE FOOL's The UF Jai Alai Club will meet Tues., Jan. 14,8 p.m., room /5/// \ \\1
point out UF moved up in the 210 Fla. Gym. For more information contact Barry S S /

final polls, and teams just Feigenbaum 3778313. ,;,':\- 't!, .
don't move up after losing All men's basketball officials who were unable to attend "
games. So the FOOL's yesterday's meeting must attend a meeting Mon., Jan. 13, 8
figured they were on solid p.m., Fla. Gym.
ground when applaudingthe The UF Lacrosse club staved off a late Jacksonville rally as "J ,f.' .'"
Gator "victory." they slipped and slided to a 6-5 victory in their first match of I' :(:

Now, more evidence has the season. ,'
fallen into the FOOL's hands The Gators travel to Tampa Saturday for a match with the f'"; "'
and talk around town is the University of South Florida before returning home for a "'
Gators not only won the Sunday, game against the Orlando LaCrosse Club.

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